Although, some of the language used here, I find extremely disappointing, I have my guard up with people in the Philippines constantly.I find that as well with newly arrived Filipinos to Canada.It's not a surprised I ended up marrying a white guy.
We got the bad news one evening and the boys drove to Queensland for the funeral some time after that. My parents and my aunts and uncles, when they came to Canada, they lived like Canadians.
They told me his Filipino wife raced outside to greet them with the brothers will in her hand, instead of sadness or despair she was acting like she'd one the lottery. They did save money to bring all the siblings and my grandmother and my great-grandfather over.
He was quite a big man yet fit and strong as an ox.
After 15 years with this Filipino women he doubled maybe even tripled his size.
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She said hi and we chatted for awhile then we went offline.
My parents, aunts and uncles sent a monthly allowance and the caretaker took a 1/3 of that on top of her salary. It's sad, but I guess not knowing if you're going to be jobless day by day for some brings out a "by any means necessary" instinct.
It's not right, but as a Canadian with Filipino background, I'm a little hurt by these words, even though some of it is true. You are better off to Thailand, Vietnam or even Malaysia. Putting your heart there, you might as well give it to the dogs.
I tried to contact her again but she didn't come back online which seemed kinda strange.
That was Saturday well I didn't see her till Sunday when she was on her way home.while I was waiting 15 hours later I was on fb and suddenly noticed her photo on a different account.clicked on her face, her Facebook page opens, and up the top is a photo of her with younger block and underneath all her girlfriends are all teasing her about this new boyfriend.
She was so excited to finally inherit his huge savings, his home and his huge super nest egg. My family is also very educated-nurses, doctors, engineers with the exception of my father, who was a welder that became a chef in Canada.