I know I haven’t blogged in months. I promise to write about my Japan visa experience, the rest of the European, and Asian countries I visited. However, no matter how much I wanted to, I can’t find enough time to blog. I want my blog posts to be detailed as possible because I owe it to my readers. So, forgive me. I will find time and I will give you a Japan visa blog that will help you get approved!
Anyway, I just decided to write here. I’ve been wanting to get this thing so badly that I’m losing sleep. I don’t want to say what it is yet to avoid bad juju. I never thought I would want this because I’m not the kind of person to, well.. want it. I’m losing sleep thinking about it and the more that I research, the more I’m feeling that it might not be for me.
I don’t want to try it because I don’t want to get hurt. At the same time, I don’t want to not try it because what if I can?
Ahhh… Well, let’s see!
Anyway, what’s new with me?
I think the biggest highlight of my 2017 is I finally bought a house for my family! You know my story because I keep on saying it. Our house that we lived in for 18 years wasn’t really ours – it’s the government’s. Meaning, we can be evicted in that house anytime they want which will leave us homeless. Year 2015 when it was circulating that we will be evicted any time soon so that they can build a bridge or another highway. I lost countless nights thinking about it.
I love my family so much and I wouldn’t want them to think about where we’ll end up. After my trip to Europe, I continued with my sidelines and I worked 3 part-time jobs just to save for the down payment. Without even thinking, I paid my whole savings for that house. No regrets.
I’m so happy to see my family especially my parents happy.
This is my favorite quote so far: