1. You’re a very passionate mom. Aside from being a passionate mom, what are things or aspects you are very passionate about?
According to my friends and cousins (especially), I have this “thing” when it comes to “advices”. Every word that I say hits them! May it be mild or with anger. You know that very well, di ba? Hehehe! I am a straightforward person and being such sometimes leads to people’s misconception about me.
2. Your cooking pictures looks yummy so i can imagine how you made them. Are you one of those types of cookers that likes to eat what they cook? And why? that “free” perosn?
It took me pots of courage to cook sis hahaha! No, I don’t even try it while cooking, I just get full and afraid that I won’t be able to have it if I do a taste test.
3. You have spent an ample time being young, single and free — the freedom that you can do whatever you want to do. What particular thing you missed about being
Just my income. Other than that no more. Even if I didn’t enjoy most of it, I had no regret coz I shared it wisely with my family. Somehow I got my reward already.
4. You have stayed for a long time in Bahrain, did the concept of building up your own business cross your mind? And if ever — what business would thrive well for a country like Bahrain?
It never crossed my mind. Not here. Coz I know I won’t be staying here all my life. But if ever, it would still reflect me being a Filipino. Promotion baga ng Filipino products hehe!
5. Would you entertain the idea of your hubby earning five times higher than what he is earning now but he is to work in another country and will be separated from you just like your dad being away from your mom and your kid/s growing up with dad so far away and just come home for a month vacation yearly?
As I have said in my previous entry, I am just a small dreamer. I love being simple. When things get big, that’s the time everything gets complicated. BUT… if he wishes to pursue, I’ll leave it up to him and Him. I don’t want to be a hindrance of his dreams. Especially when it is for the sake of his own family.Just like my dad, he had given his best and later got his reward by having me. Naks! He may not have succeeded financially, but his sacrifices were more than enough for us to recognize that what he had given to us is worth five times higher than the earnings he could have had (if he did not lose his job).
Again, here’s the drill:
1. Leave me a comment saying, “Interview me.”
2. I will respond by asking you five questions. I get to pick the questions.
3. You will update your journal with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and offer to interview someone else in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.