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« on: November 15, 2012, 12:58:56 AM »
Hi mga sis! Share ko [textspeak!] story ko. When I was 9 namatay dad ko, and I was living a more-than-enough life that time. Nung nawala sya, nag try parn si mommy na buhayin ako mag isa but she got hospitalized for 5 times so naubos yung money. I was 17 that time and can't really find any work kasi nga dipa legal age. My mga tumulong na tita ko (mom's family) for us to be able to survive.
So ngayon working student ako, call center agent sa gabe, estudyante sa umaga :-) Hopefully maka graduate na sa OCT 2013 ^_^
I would just like to hear from you sissies kung naranasan nyo ba to. Para naman ma inspire ako lalo hehe. Mahirap sya as in but if you are truly motivated, there's nothing you can do :-)
It's so hard when you miss someone so much and you cannot do anything about it.


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« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2012, 06:36:25 PM »
ako naman sis di ako considered working student pero, nagtatrabaho ako ngayon para na rin makapag-aral ulit. nagbulakbol kasi ako noon kaya pinatigil ng parents tapos tinapon nila dito sa japan para magtrabaho, eventually nabuntis at currently single mom ang drama. ngayon na 25 na ako, parang nahihiya na akong mag-aral ulit dahil sa edad ko. pero sabi nga ng parents ko, wala raw sa edad ang pag-aaral. naging inpirasyon ko anak ko, hoping na may maibigay akong magandang future sa kanya. go lang ng go sis, kaya mo yan. at least malapit ka na sa goal mo. :)
seize the day :)


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« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2012, 06:46:52 PM »
for the thread starter, i dont think the topic should be in the Dating and Courting.  :)
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« Reply #3 on: November 16, 2012, 09:43:11 PM »
Sis lovesick, wag ka mahihiya, ang mahalaga makatapos ka :-) Ako nung una oo pero once naka get along mo na sila, you'll treat them as your little bros and sis hehe :) And for me it is an advantage kasi lamang kana sa experience e :) Tama kaya naten to hehe

Sis iwannabeasupermodel, I actually realized that after I posted this! hahaha. I'm sorry :( I was trying to delete this but it won't let me. hahaha
It's so hard when you miss someone so much and you cannot do anything about it.


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