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Yes! I am finally back!

May 17th, 2009 at 11:42 pm

Sorry for not posting for awhile... I wanted to take a break from the saving world and to enjoy myself. I invest the rest of the money on a new mutual funds so I was left with 0$ in my bank.

My dad decides not to give me an allowance anymore... Well he didn't say it directly, just the way he react said it all. I knew it will happened. I can understand why my dad doesn't want to give me an allowance but I hate the fact that he has to act like a child. Really, communication is really missing in my family and I acquire this from them. Also, my family doesn't know how to keep their words. Another thing I acquire from them.

I am not accusing them for anything,just that I find myself becoming like them and it's not what I want.

What am I doing here? I guess I am going to continue blogging. I really want to take control of my life and my money. After my exams, I will try to post daily. This blog will serve me as a reminder to work on myself and to become the person whom I always wanted to be. It's hard for me to keep my words because I tend to give up easily (Family thing). When I listen to upbeat songs, it always give me this burst of energy and it gives me the feeling that I can do anything.

As a comeback post, here are the rest of my travel pictures from China --> Guangzhou:

The places where farmers work.


The scenery was amazing... I felt like I was in a movie or something!










The spring resort outside Guangzhou.


Our little private spring resort. Water is heated by a volcano.


We each get our little spring house. LOL

I didn't take any pictures of the city of Guangzhou... I was afraid that people will steal my camera lol!

My next post will be from Xiamen, my parents hometown.

4 Responses to “Yes! I am finally back! ”

  1. whitestripe Says:

    gorgeous pictures. i have missed your posts. with family, well, there are people that say family is everything, and that you should give everything for family. but then there are people that say, just because you are related doesn't give anyone the right to treat another badly. my advice from dealing with difficult parents: take the best from them that you can and remember their worst traits- work on that and you will become a better person.

  2. Apprentice Bliss Hunter Says:

    Great pics !!

  3. Broken Arrow Says:

    Amazing, these farmers are still living in the traditional straw type housing. Their standard of living might not have improved much, despite being in the 21st century....

    It just hits home again how wealthy my grandparents were, and I never realized it. Their house, back in the day, was made of stone and marble....

    But yes, wonderful pics! Thanks for sharing.

  4. go.Xtina Says:

    Thanks whitestripes! I miss coming back here! Help keeps my sanity in check lol!

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