At The Crossroads

There have been a lot of unexpected events happening to our family lately. Although not all of it gives a positive feeling, we are still thankful that all is well with our family. Despite  the challenges, we are still facing each day with optimism and with hope in our hearts thinking that today is better than yesterday and tomorrow will definitely better than today.

I am personally at the crossroads of my life right now. I am trying to take this lightly especially when discussing things with hubby but it is really getting into me most of the time. I am not sure if this is the right place to talk about it but I just need to let it out. Who knows? Somewhere, somehow, someone has the answer to all of this or maybe a positive comment may be of great help. :-)

It is a dream for most Filipinos to work or migrate abroad to help their family financially. And I share that dream with our countrymen. Our family have plans of migrating abroad and have taken the initial steps already but our first attempt was not successful. It disheartened me but I need to accept it and move on. We know that there are still a lot of chance to re-file but working with the documents and preparing for migration is really costly. 

I am just so thankful that hubby's family were very supportive about this endeavor. Hopefully and faithfully we will be able to raise the required funds for our show money for the second time. This thought gives me strength to hold on to that dream. I really hope God will use people to help us realize our dreams. :-)

Why at the crossroads? Because I am already thinking about my back up plan if in case we couldn't file our application this coming July. No definite plan as to what to do next but I am considering to apply for a tourist visa to maybe Canada, Dubai, Singapore or Brunei and start looking for a job abroad. I don't know yet. There's just too many options. I hope that God will guide us and bless our plans. I know that the best thing for me to do right now is to trust the Lord and pray that everything will work out for good.

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Arvin U. de la Peña said...

“The opinion which other people have of you is their problem, not yours.

KRIZZA said...

Hi Sis! Reading your post, made me feel to give some pieces of unsolicited advise to you. Migrating to another country requires a careful study, at least of the place, of the culture, of the people and the availability of jobs. It's not a very easy task and a simple decision could be a life changing experience. I think it would be best to work first at the country of your choice before you decide migrating, so at least you could have a look of how people live and survive there or if the place is really meant for you. We must understand that the money involved here is not a small amount and a wrong decision could be a waste of time, effort and money. The key to every decision is to do a lot of research.

Rovie said...

Thanks so much for the enlightenment sis. Laking tulong sa akin ang mga words of wisdom mo. I know alam na alam mo ang subject na iyan dahil nga OFW ka. Hehehe

We are still considering our options until now although wala pa talagang finality as to what to do. Thanks! Hugs!

KRIZZA said...

Kasi Sis, medyo authority na din ako sa subject matter na to eh. Dami ako friends na may mga sad experiences at nangyari yun dahil sa pabigla bigla nilang desisyon. Ako everytime may offer ako for job, todo background check muna ako. Di ako madalai bumigay sa mga attractive salary. Pinag aaralan ko mabuti yung buong package. Yung place, yung standard of living, yung availability ng communication and everything. Lahat yun tinitimbang ko. Minsan kasi big nga sobra yung salary, di naman provided lahat tapos taas standard of living (expenses), eh di pag nag compute ka in the end ganundin di ba? isa pang mahalaga sa akin yung stability ng work. daldal ko noh? Hahaha

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Tina Cors said...

Good luck for your plan sis.. :)

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