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What can I say? I'm pretty thankful for experiencing a White Christmas here in Canada. Although, honestly putting my feelings into words, I don't feel happier unlike the previous years. Don't get me wrong, I'm happy this Christmas. It's just that, I miss my friends and I miss my relatives in the Philippines. There's something missing, right?
It's funny, when I was in the Philippines, I felt the same way; missing my relatives living in Canada. I wonder if this problem could be helped.
Why do people have to leave? I still ask myself.
Opportunities? Looking for a better life?
Did we have a boring life to start with?
It's not a walk in the park living in Canada. It's true that there are many opportunities here. Having able to establish a good background in the Philippines would give an advantage. My mother told me that I have a great future here. She may be right. Judging from my accomplishments, my grades, I may land on a scholarship. I could be onto something big. I wonder if I could offer the same magic in the Philippines. It may sound like I'm showing off, but I've been able to stand out in class. Back at home, I'm just the commoner. I don't know. What kind of appreciation am I missing?
Money is also an issue. Honestly, dollar or peso, the same principle applies. We have to pay bills. We have to buy food. We have to save and so on. Sometimes, I just wish that my relatives in the Philippines would live here so that they could appreciate living here like we do. Plus, it's easier to just send the money across the street, rather than sending it abroad with all the extra fees and stuff.
Oh yes, sometimes, I just wish we'd all be together in one place. One big happy family.
So what happened? I'm bothered.
I now know how Christmas looks like here in Canada. No offense, the streets are bare. I could only see a few Christmas lights outside. Who would dare venture outside? It's freezing. I couldn't picture myself walking from house to house so I could sing Christmas carols. I'm sorry, but I just can't. That's the reality. But it could be different downtown where there are more people wandering the streets. I wonder what they're thinking. Anyway, I remember my Christmas last year. It was fun. There were lights all over the street. It was also cold. I spent a lot of time laughing with my college buddies and friends. It was priceless.
Until now, I'm puzzled what happened. Why did they have to move? What made us move? Is it for the sake of reconciliation with those who had moved? Then, what about the people who would be left behind?
It's really obvious. I miss you guys. Does it have to be this way? I'm really selfish, am I not?
Despite of all the rants I'm making, it's not all bad. I've made friends here as well. We're not that close, but I'm really working on it. I also have some relatives here. I have my cousins who left the Philippines years ago. Finally, we have some catching up to do. I'm not alone.
Christmas here isn't sad. It's just... different.
Well, here I am. Still standing. Still smiling.
song of the moment: 1979 by Smashing Pumpkins
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