Ten (10) Years, 10 Lessons as an OFW
Disclaimer: All opinions are personal and I don’t generalize all. It’s what I learned and that I notice them too often that it definitely left a mark into this OFW life.
So, I took my passport in 2005 without any intention of an international travel… only to have one solid ID on my belt whenever a government company would require. But at the back on my mind, I told myself – I want it stamped before it expires. Bucket-list checked! ✓
This is another post to celebrate my 10 years in the UAE and as an OFW – I’d like to share the ten (10) of the many lessons learned in my first decade as an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)
Related: Abu Dhabi 30 Places to visit. (Anniversary month post)
Here’s my lesson learned. “10 for 10”.
One: Homesickness is Real
On my very first month right after arriving Abu Dhabi UAE in September 2008, I did encounter my first homesick moment. Didn’t expect that its real. I thought I was okay and that its only a word. But – – – bang! I found myself crying in my sleep. Today, it’s been a decade and some episodes of such moment still find me. A weak point for all OFWs indeed. #TheresNoPlaceLikeHome #HomeIsHome
Two: OFW Life Looks Nice but it’s NOT
Social Media POST vs. REALITY
Most of the time Social media will post nothing but good stuffs. As an OFW we have this “pride” to show our food trips, travel here and there… but rarely our struggles. (hats off those who are real!) What happens when we show the “good kuno/ abundant life daw” is that people back home (not all though) tend to believe that money is as easy as 1-2-3. When we go home during our vacation – we seemed to be tagged as walking banks. When in “fact” #WhatsOnOurMind at week 2 or 3 is – “we want to go back”! hahah #relateka if you know what I mean… (ni hubas na! lol)
Sorry to break this – we may get times 12/13 or 15 of our currency – but we also spend the country’s currency which basically almost similar or more to what we spend if we are in Pinas. So to some (not to all) – because I knew of some families who just keep on asking this and that and this and that – and the list continues . . . – PLEASE! Be considerate!
Also, ask how are you? – he/she may answer I’m good/okay – but stay sensitive and listen (or read since its mostly through FB messenger) . . . a little care goes a long way. Plus a THANK YOU whenever you receive the allotment for the month will also bring us a smile. 🙂 #NagpapakatotooLang #BeTrulySensitive #ALittleCareALittleLove
Three: Filipinos’ Crab Mentality
This may sound negative, but indeed that mentality is evident in a place that requires survival. For 10 years I have seen this mentality inside and outside a Filipino community at work (both here in UAE and even in the Philippines). Sadly it is worst in the international playing fields. Again – it’s not for all. I still find kind hearted ones.
Another encounter with this “crab mentality” thought is when you walk into a high-end store in the the malls – and Ate/Kuya Kabayan is the sales person – they tend to greet only the foreigners. Showing off their best smiles and greetings. But if you are a kabayan – it seemed like you don’t exist 🙁 . Sad! A personal experience that Kokobear and I had was when we went to a steak restaurant – when the server puts us on the waiting list but entertained the foreigner who came late. (ooppps – no they didn’t have reservations). And yes we argued and called the manager. I hope it serves as a lesson.
Up to this day, I still experience it. But somehow I have been a little considerate. Patience and understanding will still come handy. 🙂 Of course lots of prayer on the side too! #LordForgiveMe #AskAreYouOkayKuyaOrAte?
Four: Family is always a Priority
At the end of the day, family will always be a priority. To be honest, there is a security in my heart that no matter how far I am with them – love and trust is there. Personally I only chat with them most of the time. A good morning, how are you and a few pictures sharing. True I have been busy with community life – but never ever did I forget to raise them in my prayers and in my heart they are my top priority. After all being an OFW started because I want to help my family. #ILoveYouTheBELTS #ILoveYouKokobear
Five: Kabayan is Single (daw)
Another top of the list sadly OFW life reality. . . There’s been quiet a big number of broken families because Kabayan (both male/female) is “single daw”. It’s hard to identify who is who. It’s hard to trust and it’s hard to “kalas” once you are deeply in love. Judging them will not make us better… I guess it is all up to that person’s conscience and integrity on how he/she brings himself or herself in the public.
A sad story in fact is I have known a few people who is inside the community (religious/church based) that claims to be one – but they aren’t. I have to mention though that I appreciate them being inside the community – because somehow a part of them knows that they need constant reminder of God’s teachings. I hope that with God’s grace and the Holy Spirit will enlighten them.
Your wife/husband and children are waiting for you. Show up and be honest. Have faith that with God, all temptations will be broken. Stay close with Him. God bless! – JM
Six: Leaving home for the —nth time – is always 💔 heartbreaking
Ten years means nine or eight times of opportunity to be back home (for a month’s vacation) and every single time is heartbreaking. It never cease to end… You shed tears whenever its time to say our goodbyes. Even while typing this part of the post makes me teary eyed. It’s always a hard time. But we keep on fighting, we keep on surviving. Thank Lord for that! This is hats off to all other OFWs who have gone long more than me, I know how you feel. #IFeelYou #ThatFeeling #AirportJitters
Seven: A Community will help you get through tough times
I realized that not all people are meant for community life. Some realize that they need it a bit later, some tried and stopped. Some tried, stop, tried again and stayed. As for me, a year later when I arrived in Abu Dhabi – I know I am meant for this community life. Nine years later – with God’s grace I am still here. The Lord has kept me grounded by ebing a part of this beautiful group of diverse lovable & unlovable creatures 😀 . Community life – again is not an easy journey. This is where your Loving God and Loving they neighbor following thy commandments are bring tested! When all has been said and done – I still find myself in this community of sinners claiming to be better. Being inside the community doesn’t mean you are a saint – in fact it means you are a sinner – willing to change for God. And through all the hardship – it made me appreciate life that CFFL has given me people, teachings and encounters with God worth keeping and sharing. #CommunityLifeIsLove #ItsMoreFun #TrueChristianTestIsHere
Eight: Love life can come in many shapes & forms 💚
Love often is defined for family & to someone special. But being away from home and being an OFW + being a part of God’s community through CFFL, I found out that love comes in many forms and shapes. Love for family, love for your GG (God’s Gift: husband/wife/boyfriend/girlfriend) is just the base. In my part a new found love has grown too. Love for my FAITH, love for neighbors (including strangers!), love for what actually matters)
*Love for faith – If I didn’t join the community, I guess I will be swayed with another religion. Not knowing exactly which is which. But with this eye-opener – I am solid and secure with God and with where I am as a Catholic.
*Love for neighbors – Second greatest commandment. Practices, tested and survived! Not claiming to be perfect – but hey I know I have become better… What I am practicing now too is – loving strangers & the poor (not just materially but those of spirit). They too are God’s people!
Nine: Patience is tested with Patience
When you pray to God, Lord – please give me patience for my work, for my boss, for my workmates etc… God is actually answering you! He answers you with more test on patience! This realization just came in to me in 2015. When I was tested to the highest level and realize that I shouldn’t pray that my ____ change. With God’s grace – my ___ didn’t change, instead I did! #IkawTalagaLord! #PatiencePaMore #LovePaMore #TestPaMore
Ten: God is never away.
No explanation needed. Amen-Amen to this! He is with me. He is with us at all times and anywhere. Everywhere!
Related Story: My first blog entry as OFW.
What about you?
Are you an OFW?
Which of these lessons resonate so well to you?
Any other additional lessons? Feel free to share it in the comments…
JM Kayne, signing in on my 10th year here in the UAE!
God bless us all,
Abu Dhabi – UAE is my second home♥.
Right after leaving Cebu in 2008, this city has become closest to my heart. In fact I have stayed there for 9 years. So I have decided to share this list of 30 places to visit in Abu Dhabi.
Note: I have intentionally left the malls, cinemas and cafes not on the list.
Read related stories: Abu Dhabi 10
To celebrate my 10th year stay in the UAE, as September is my UAE anniversary month, I’ve come up with this quick, short and sweet list of the places to see/visit in the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi.
- Emirates Palace (photo during my first visit)
- Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (2017 visit)
- Abu Dhabi Corniche
- Louvre Museum
- Ferari World
- Yas Waterworld
- Yas Marina Circuit
- Yas Marina
- Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital
- Mushrif Central Park
- Sadiyat Paublic Beach
- Corniche Beach
- Emirates National Auto Museum
- Zayed Heritage Center
- Etihad Modern Art Gallery
- The Galleria
- Etihad Towers /Observation Deck at 300
- Eastern Mangrove Lagoon National Park
- Emirates Park Zoo
- Qasr Al Hosn
- Warner Brother’s Studio (Yas Island)
- Masdar City
- Khalifa Park
- Heritage Park
- Du Arena (Yas Island)
- Madinat Zayed Gold Souk
- Wahat Al Karama (The Oasis of Dignity) – for UAE Soldiers
- Women’s Handicraft Centre
- Khalifa Park
- Heritage Village Club (near Marina Mall)
Do you plan of visiting one of the world’s richest city? Then the above list might be a help!
Let me know if I missed anything! 🙂
See you around Abu Dhabi.
How to process a Husband/Wife’s Visa in Dubai UAE
(Guide for First Timers)
For 9 years, almost 95% of this blog has tagged Abu Dhabi because I’ve been a resident there for that period… But this year a change has come. As I bid goodbye to 2017, I also waved bye bye to Abu Dhabi and moved to Dubai for a new challenge and chapter of our life (collectively together with Kokobear!)
Yes, you read it right, starting now you’ll see more Dubai related blog posts and we are starting now!
I spent 5 months back home (in the Philippines) and waited for the transition that both Darrelle and I have where he will now become my visa sponsor. Ergo, I needed a husband’s visa. This is the process on how we did it; a guide for first timers. 🙂
Step 1 – Prepare the documents for the Entry Permit Application (for Dependent/s)
Note: Sponsor = Your husband or wife
- Dependent’s Photo (original) – mandatory
- Dependent’s Passport (copy) – mandatory
- Sponsor’s (your husband or wife) Salary Certificate, Contract or Partnership Contract
- Tenancy Contract, Ejari with current DEWA Bill
- Sponsor’s Original Passport – mandatory
- Sponsor’s Residency Page – mandatory
- Sponsor’s IBAN Number
- Sponsor’s EID Card (Original) – mandatory
- Marriage Certificate (Original & attested)
- 3 months latest Bank Statement
Optional (Based on your needs)
- Mother’s/Father’s residency visa and passport for a child
- Unmarried Letter for parents sponsoring Daughter above 18 years old.
Step 2 – Apply for ENTRY PERMIT – Proceed to AMER (They are the authorized Typing Centre)
Present these documents and they will open up your file in the system. Applying a new profile will cost 300/- AED. We did mine at IBN Battuta Mall AMER Center.
From the typing center takes 1-2 weeks to submit to the immigration. Once approved, an sms/email will be sent to your given information. An e-visa will then be released. So you’r wife/husband/child will be ready to fly.
Cost: 440/- AED
Suggestion: There is typing centre right in the same building of the Immigration Office at Manara Center, I suggest you do this process there, so that it would be easier to fix things up in case some missing files/documents are not in place.
On your dependent’s side on the other hand . . . will do step #3.
Step 3 – Book a Flight Schedule and Fly.
In the airport, make sure to have with you your sponsor’s last OEC.
Keep these documents handy:
- Original & copy of your Marriage certificate,
- Your husband/wife’s latest OEC, (the payment receipt/ the exemption – whichever is applicable for him or her)
- Copy of Original working permit and contract.
These items will probably be checked by the Travel Tax Desk at he airport – before you can proceed to your assigned gate in the airport.
My Personal Experience: I took the Philippine Passport holder lane for Immigration since I am no longer an OFW – which at that time during my flight has a looonnng line of OFWs too!
No questions asked (probably because I’ve been an OFW for almost a decade now and just transferred the visa under my husband). Not even a question of how long we’ve been married or asking for a copy of our marriage certificate; nothing at all! All I did was give my passport, ticket, the copy of my Residence E-visa and the dreaded departure slip which causes the long, hassle and delay most of the time – (Sorry, excuse my complaining tone… hahah)
Once you arrive . . . proceed to the next step.
Step 4 – Process the MEDICAL EXAMS, MEDICAL INSURANCE and EMIRATES ID
A. Medical Exams – I did this right after I arrived, basically I arrived on a weekend so I did this process on the first work day – Sunday. This is blood and X-Ray.
- 345/- AED – Normal (2-3 days results)
- 410/- AED – Result is within 48 hours
B. Emirates ID – I processed my medical exam in IBN Battuta which lucky an AMER station is avialble, so I went their and they informed me that I could process my Emirates ID side by side my Medical Insurance so that when both of them arrives, I will proceed directly to the Visa Stamping.
- 270 AED for 2 years
- 370/- AED for 3 years (applicable for Government employee’s families)
C. Medical Insurance – This maybe shouldered by your husband/wife’s company so there is no need to worry. But for those who will be shelling it out from their own pocket, Amer has this service too. Just enquire and they will give your the options. Basic package usually starts at 1000++ AED.
Step 5 – Finally, last 2 steps are Visa Stamping & Collection of Emirates ID.
Once above 3 are ready (Medical Results, Emirates ID application & Insurance Card), return to Amer and pay for Immigration/Visa Stamping.
Prepare these documents at hand.
a. A copy of all the mentioned documents above on Step 1
b. The Original Medical Insurance Card + 1 photo copy of it
c. Original Medical Exams Results
d. Original Emirates ID of the Sponsor (Original Passport may also be needed)
e. One more passport size photo.
- 430/- AED – Normal (2-3 days)
- 510/- AED – Urgent (1 day) – 80 dirhams difference
This process will take another 2-3 days depending on your preferred payment. After the stamping comes you Emirates ID release! An SMS/email will also be sent to your mobile phone for the collection of your Emirates ID.
This is the breakdown of expenses (for my application)
That’s it! I do hope this post can help you smoothen the process.
Abu Dhabi is the capital city of United Arab Emirates (UAE) and it offers many great attractions to visit!
In my first Abu Dhabi 10 blog post, I have shared Sheik Zayed Grand Mosque as one of the free places/site to visit here in Abu Dhabi and this year, we have visited it once again. The last time was I guess 5 or 6 years ago and somehow the place is now highly maintained and probably 99% complete now. (I think a few parking areas are still under construction)
How to get there:
Basically if you have a car, you could go directly to the place. There is a dedicated parking for the tourist is available right in front of the entrance. In case you don’t have the wheels, you could ride a taxi. From Abu Dhabi city, it would cost your around 35-40 AED one way. Prefer to save? Then bus rides are also available, below are the route numbers.
- Route No. 117 (Industrial City of Abu Dhabi – Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque)
- Route No. 102 (Mussafah station – Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque)
- Route No. 400 (Baniyas west bus station – Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque)
- Route No. 500 (Al Mafraq Workers’ City – Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque)
Going back home? Not a problem! There are many taxis on queue on the exit!
Male & Female Entrance are separate, a scanner in both doors are available to check your bags. Ladies are then directed to a room of abaya where they could change (it is for free) and once you go out, another room is also available for you to return them.
Specific rules are being noted as you walk around, a few of them includes:
- Keeping a certain space to enter, make sure you notice those codons.
- Keeping off the grass area
- Manner of taking photos, keep them simple, no peace signs, heart signs or even raising hands and other unconventional poses.
- If you have a tattoo, make sure it is covered.
- Ladies hair must be under the attached sheila (of the ready-made abaya provided by the mosque), avoid showing it off.
- Taking a pose with your partner? Husband-wife, bf-gf? – avoid touching each other. Keep a distance.
- Avoid too much noise while touring around
- Finally, be guided that as you enter inside the main mosque, there are shoe stations where you leave them and go around in barefoot. (with socks is acceptable)
These rules are being implemented by some security guards around and yes, we’ve been reprimanded quiet a lot in this trip 😀
Now, let me share a few of the photos we have – won’t spoil you with much pictures because I’m confident that you’ll appreciate it better in person! And by the way, there is also a Coffee and Souvenir Shop inside.
A Quick Info about the GRAND MOSQUE
Tagged as the world’s second largest mosque, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi could cater 14,000 people praying. The Syrian architect Yousef Abdelky designed it and was constructed between 1996 and 2007. It covers an area of around 12 hectares (30 acres) at 290 m (960 ft) by 420 m (1,380 ft). The 99 names of Allah is also featured in the centre of the mosque.
This structure has been launched by the late president of the UAE Sheikh Zayed bin Al Nahyan who wanted to diversify the Islamic world by mixing both historic and modern architecture. His final resting place is located on the grounds adjacent to the complex.
Watch this short video from my IG stories…
Eid al-Adha is one of the many holidays that UAE and other muslim countries celebrates.
There are 2 Eid celebrations: One is Eid al-Fitr that’s the end of the Ramadan season and the upcoming one on 31st August is Eid al-Adha. It is also known as the Big Eid probably because it is usually noted as a long holiday (including the weekends). This Eid is also called as the Sacrifies Feast, in honor of Abraham who willingly sacrificed/offered his son as an act of submission to God’s command. Pretty much the same story with what we Christians have in the holy bible.
With the holiday approaching, what’s your plan?!?
You’d probably heard this question asked by many of your family and friends around here in the UAE.
As for me and Kokobear, we don’t have a concrete plan yet. Unlike last year, we headed to Sri Lanka but this year due to what happened last December, we don’t have any. But even though we don’t have a plan, I just thought of sharing a few suggestions for you, your friends and family to bond with during this holiday season.
Check these out!
1. Catch up some lost sleep – Have you ever thought that you always don’t have enough sleep? When in fact it has become psychological. We tend to complain not having enough sleep because we wake up early morning for work or school but when it’s weekend, we stay up way late at night or even until dawn, since there is no commitment the next day. hehehe I feel you! I am currently in that stage. But hey, it’s a 3 days holiday, so go ahead hit the sack now. 🙂
2. Stay at home and do the Karaoke – We Filipinos are known for our love of music and a Karaoke is a must activity for most of us. So take out all the chips and drinks, let’s sing it and let’s do it MY~~~ WAY!!!! haha 😀
3. Try out an Emirati/Arabic Restaurant and somehow feel how they celebrate Eid – Understanding a country’s culture always includes enjoying the local cuisine and so why not look for an Arabic restaurant (roasted Lebanese chickens exempted, coz I guess we’ve all tasted that on day to day basis)… Or maybe, if you happen to know a local family, then why not visit and try to celebrate it with them!
4. Photo Walk or Enroll in a class you’re interested in – Have you noticed that the weather starts to cool down? It’s good for a photo walk now! It doesn’t require a DSLR to do that, your mobile phones could actually deliver. Take a photo and burn some calories too! Hitting two birds with one stone! 🙂 Another option is to take a class that you’re interested in. Maybe a photography class or calligraphy and others? Very simple, just check out some nearby seminars/workshop events on Facebook or use Google!
5. Go to the beach or park – It’s a good time to spend time with family and friends by the beach, Corniche will always be open, or how about Saadiyat beach! Well, if you want to entertain your tastebuds into barbeque sessions, the parks will also be a good option!
6. Movie (cinema) or Movie marathon at home – Movies movies movies! Who doesn’t want to catch up some movies and do a marathon at home or check out the latest showing at the nearest cinema? I bet watching movie is the number one past time here in the UAE.
7. Visit Family and relatives from the other Emirates – Majority of us here in the UAE has family members staying in the other Emirates, so why not reconnect ties and bond more with them. Make more family memories to relinguish by staying at their home, or book a hotel in RAK, see some green gardens in Al Ain, or enjoy the huge Dubai mall! After all, Eid al-Adha was a family offering for God.
8. Get to know Abu Dhabi more by visiting these 10 Free Site-seeing Places. – Yes, I have recently wrote for Biggie Tips – 7 Free Site Seeing Places in Abu Dhabi and I have added 3 more to make it 10 on my own blog. 🙂 This is quiet connected to #5 with more options though :D. Let’s try being a tourist of our own city and explore Abu Dhabi’s must see places.
9. Take a short trip outside UAE. – Three days is enough to visit the nearest country such as Georgia, Sri Lanka in our case last year, or do a 2 nights/3 days short solo trip to Armenia just like what Ms. Poet RM did. Read her story on Going Solo to Yerevan Armenia 2016.
10. Service + Fellowship with CFFL Brethren – Community life is a lifestyle, so how about service + fellowship with our brothers and sisters in the community? This is just another great way to spend this holiday more meaningful by offering time to God through service & fellowship. Check out these photos below shared by our brothers and sisters in the community. Photo credits to Bro. Wilper, Sis Joan and Sis Bevz.
These are just 10 of my suggestionson what to do during this Eid al-Adha. Maybe you could add more? Share your thoughts on the comment below.
God bless and enjoy your Eid al-Adha!
Police Clearance Certificate (PPC) is a good conduct certificate for an individual taken from your home country or overseas if you have stayed in that country for a while.
Just like me – been in Abu Dhabi for almost 9 years now. In the Philippines, this is pretty much the version of our NBI Clearance.
PPC is usually needed for new employments in government or semi-government companies, so as some other private companies. Some use it for immigration purposes to a few European countries, Australia, 🇦🇺 Ireland, 🇮🇪 and Canada🇨🇦.
Getting one here in Abu Dhabi is easy. There are 2 options:
Option 1: Online. – You can either log in to MOI website (www.moi.gov.ae) or download their app.
This will require you to log in with your Emirates ID, Activate it via your mobile number (in my case, my number was not updated, that’s why I opt to option 2) and then you Fill up the form. Finally, you pay for the cost. Since I haven’t tried this option, I am not sure if the certificate will be released right then and there. Nevertheless according to what I’ve read in some other blogs; it is released right away.
Option 2: In Person. You need to visit Khalidiya Police Station (or any other nearby Police Station).
You enter the station & the reception will guide you. You need to present only your Emirates ID and a number will be given to you.
The queue wasn’t that long, 3-4 persons were ahead of me and in no time my number (C-045) was served! The counters are not the usual counter we find in service centers, instead, it’s an open room where you could comfortably seat (although the stay is short) I guess I spent about 5 minutes only.
What is required.
- Emirates ID
- Debit/Credit card for a payment of 54/- AED
The only requirement is Emirates ID. Although personally I have prepared a *copy of the E-Id, my *passport (original) and *copies of the main page & visa page). *These are just optional, I’ve read it in some web pages, so I tried to be ready with these papers. Just in case you know…
Debit/Credit card 💳 is mandatory. As I noticed they don’t accept cash payments. Therefore make sure you have your card with you.
At the counter, you give your queue number & Emirates ID. The personnel then will fill your data on the system & asks you for your debit/credit card for the payment. At the same time, he/she will also ask for the purpose why you need the PPC. After that, she’ll give you the receipt with the reference number and will advise you when to go back to claim your certificate. In my case, I can take it the next day. So basically it’s just one day. But for others, it may take 2-3 days.
Overall I would say I spent less than an hour in doing this process. Isn’t it convenient!?! Thumbs up 👍🏼to Abu Dhabi/UAE for making this process quicker! I do hope that the Philippines🇵🇭 will have such capacity to process any government documents with one ID! Rather than a paper 📝 of this and another paper for that, photo here and a copy of this there … etcetera. Someday, in God’s perfect time I know that “change” will happen too!
Hope this post helps you!
Collection: Since I applied on a weekend (Thursday), my collection schedule is Sunday.
This one took me almost an hour. Only one counter was opened doing all the processes, I arrived at 9:30 and got my paper at 10:25 am.
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UPDATE as of January 2018 – Shared by Chris
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UPDATE as of February 2018 – Shared by itsmeshey (@SiLlyrehs)
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UPDATE as of 31 March 2018 – Shared by TIN
Tin – March 31, 2018 at 10:01 AM
(in Reply to Rommel’s comment) . . . Sa may Mussafah Police Station ako nag asikaso isang araw lang. Lapit lang un sa dalma mall walking distance pagbaba ng bus stop dun. Dala ko present id,copy of previous eid,offer letter saka debit card,in some cases hinahanap din NOC. May case na walang present id (as visit visa) pero may kopya ng dating eid plus dinala din nya pati form ng pagkuha ng id nya dati gang pagcancel,for supporting document na may record na sya dito sa uae. In fairness 1 day lang din naayos tyempuhan lang din yata kaya sabayan lagi ng prayer lam naman natin bilis mag iba ng rules. Andun din typing center sa loob mismo na mag aupdate ng number or maggagawa ng request. Mabait mga police laloy nasa reception un muna unang kakausapin. Naka 200 yata ako kaya better bus lang pagpunta tipid hehe sa may gold center abangan. D masamang magtry…
And nakuha ko na nga din palay sakin sa email bago matapos yung 24 hrs kaya d nako bumalik. Lam ko 2 days pinakamatagal na release kaya pag wala pa within that time better bumalik sa typing center na nag asikaso sayo baka may namaling infos lalo nay email kaya dpa dumadating. Baka lang po.
UPDATE as of 01 APRIL 2018
NOTE: Please read the UPDATES according to dates that I added. To help you find it easier, I have asked permission from those who commented below to add it up in the main blog post. 🙂
This is a quick post on how time passes by.