Just got back from fireworks and New Year’s Eve celebration with my family from Canada who is also here in the Philippines. There were fireworks everywhere you turned, so much that the air seem foggy because it was so full of smoke. Spent time playing with my niece and nephew, Cammy and Cayla. Spending it with my Canadian family was kinda magical, I couldn’t have spent it any other way! Great way to start off the year!
Also, on the way to their place we stopped for gas. The worker who pumped the gas for us and washed the windshield was really hardworking. My dad decided to tip him, but first asked him how much he made in a day. It was equivalent to $5. To imagine living on $5 a day… wow. People here really go through a lot to provide. My dad tipped him half a day’s wages and he was extremely happy. As we drove away, I looked back and saw him dance around and jump. I must say, it pulled my little heart strings to see him overjoyed with that simple little tip. It was well worth it. I hope someday I can come here and help out some how, even if it’s just as small as that. It was definitely a happy new year :)
I can already hear and see fireworks from our condo window. Happy (early) New Year everyone!
Seniors, its our last year together, so let’s make it a good one!
Going out with my older cousins and brother. Mi padre’s letting me drink LOL.
I don’t really say this type of stuff much but…
You honestly make me want to puke.
To be honest, I hate growing up. I take my parents for granted too much nowadays.
I think it was the same length all around :O I’m not entirely sure LOL. I just told the guy to chop off all my hair.
DEFINITELY. You can find a lot of good stuff there!