Friday, 30 March 2007

I FEEL SAD FOR MY SISTER

First and foremost TGIF!

What you gonna do if an opportunity come's knocking on your door?Working abroad are everyone's dream.In today's world it is the only way of getting out the poverty.You been working so hard in the country where you born and raised but nothing really change or shall I say no improvements.The fact is in our country(Philippines)most employee's are underpaid yet carry on working for there are no choices to take or else you will starve.Anywhere you go there are lots of unemployed people in short jobless.Who can actually solve the problem?Who to blame?We all know the answers,don't we?

Anyway my sister and I had a conversation this morning through YM.She was telling me that her flight to Taiwan is drawing so near.Most people who had been working abroad aren't happy or just pretending to be.Clearly my sisters is not happy nor excited because she sure will miss her baby girl.But because she is thinking about her daugter's future that hold's on to it.If she works in Taiwan she will earn 30,000 php.Not much really if we think about it.But in reality it is more than 4 times on what she earns in Cebu recently.I perfectly understand how she feels leaving her daughter behind.It's a lot harder for her,I know.At the end of the day it's her decision and we are just here her family to support her whatever she decide to do.I feel sad for her but as a mother I also understand that looking at your child future is the most important.My sister is an awesome mother no doubt and leaving her daughter is not gonna make her a bad mother,I told her that for nothing.


On our end here,today is not a busy day and nothing fancy to share apart from my hubby is working at home.As usual he cooked our lunch(chicken afritada) and not to gloat but it is really very impressive considering it is a filipino style way of coocking.Tasty and perfectly done!Thanks Daddy your the best!Will post the pics later,still on downloading process.


HAPPY FRIDAY AND HAPPY WEEKEND ALL!



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10 comments:

Raquel said...

Hi Haze,

Yes, you are right, Filipinos are working abroad to earn more money or to escape the indifinite hard Economic plight in the Philippines.

I feel sorry about your sister for making a decision to go abroad. It is not easy to be away from our love ones behind, especially our children.

Btw, WOW! Hubby knows how to cook Filipino foods huh? Very impressive! Is there any other recipe he knows to prepare?

pathbb said...

Bitaw kathbb oy lisod man gud sa atoa.Ang sweldo didto kuwang rajud ug buot huna hunaon.Unsaon nalang ang pinas looy baya pod kaayo!Mao na normal lang sa imoha sistah iyaha gibati.Labi pa naa diay cia anak biyaan ug mo abroad cia.
Lamia giluto Simon ah,afritada..Happy weekend!

babigurl said...

Hi Ate.....gilutu-an di-ay mo ni kuya ug afritada?Wow ha kalami ana nika-on pud si kk te?Dili ra ba jud na muka-on ug bulad te sah...hehehehe sa una pa na diri sa pinas...anyway te happy weekend and god bless!

babigurl said...

miss you all...............

glorie said...

life have many sacrifices jud kinahanglan man sad for the future..she can make it we know that..:) by the way, salamat sa greeting nimo ha sa bisdak..salamat!:)

pathbb said...

Hola me amiga kathbb.I didnt get any reply yet from my registration.hehehe.
Ako maka view sa akoang video naunsa kaha ni oissst,kalagot ba.di diay mo play diha ig clik ninyo...

Angie said...

Hi Haze, this is such an eye-opener. It's so true. Working abroad is the last resort if not to avoid poverty, at least to make a decent living is a matter of sacrifice especially when a family is left behind. Well, best of luck to your sister. Her decision is best for her child. That goes to show that she loves her, because she wants to make her world worth living no matter the distance just to bring the bread back home.

On the other hand, lucky you are for having such a wonderful husband to cook for you. You deserve it! God bless.

babigurl said...

cg ra hilak si ate bb te hehehe..gi-ingna ni papa na dili nalang padayonon kay okey ra man unta to yaha sweldo sa company diri sa cebu ...

jennyr said...

ohh too bad! i understand her situation. u do the best interest in ur family so i wish her luck on her decision!

Anna said...

I sure agree on what you say Haze. In our country we work so hard hoping to get the salary right away during the payday, but what happen is we have to wait for a long before we get it.

I surely understand what your sister is feeling right now. Mingaw gyud baya basta adto sa laing lugar io, akong amiga ni abroad sa kuwait man tingale oh hongkong wala nag dugay io niuli kay gimingaw. Wla la agwanta....