|From: China 广东(guang dong) 惠州(hui zhou ) @meg||Time : 2016-12-25 20:02:44|
To John and the friends on CLM:
Merry Christmas & Have a Great New Year!
|From: Canada British Columbia Vancouver @Imi5922||Time : 2016-12-27 02:23:28 #1|
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, too, Meg!
|@Anonymous25540||Time : 2016-12-28 00:02:49 #2|
@megbelated Merry Christmas and I wish that you will have a Happy New Years!! (d)(*)
|@Anonymous25541||Time : 2016-12-28 00:18:56 #3|
Meg, are you back living in China or still living in Australia? If you are still living in Australia I am hoping you will continue to blog about your life there. Aside from myself I think there are many people here who have enjoyed and learned from your blogs.
|From: China 广东(guang dong) 惠州(hui zhou ) @meg||Time : 2016-12-28 15:50:35 #4|
I am living in Australia, though I do miss my parents and family in China. I would like to write some more blogs when I have time.
In the last ten months, I have been really busy, as a French international student's volunteer parents from May to August, helped my son with his driving licence in August and helped him get a casual job in September after he got his licence; and helped to celebrate my son's 18th birthday in November.
I worked much on my garden from Feb to May, then I began to have a job in a company in May, then have another job in August, so I am working for two bosses now.
In November, my husband and I began to build our drive way gate and fencing, we plan to finish before new year, it is a really big project, not easy, thank my husband's hard work and thank my son's help.
2017 will be more excellent. (f)(f)(f)(d)(d)(d)
|From: United States Illinois Wauconda @chimikey||Time : 2017-01-01 15:14:01 #5|
why be on this site and have your profile set to private??
|@Anonymous25568||Time : 2017-01-05 00:09:17 #6|
Meg, good to hear you and your husband are doing well. You now have 2 jobs, a hubby, son and an international student, this keeps you so busy, helping you to acclimatise to Aussieland on a daily basis, which in my opinion is wonderful. I understand you miss your family and friends in China, I admit I miss my family and country when I am in China or other countries even if I am away for 2 weeks (giggle) As I am an avid gardener I am quite curious as to wether your garden survived with your busy schedule? I remember the pictures you posted in one of your blogs and your garden looked wonderful.
I must say I have followed your journey via your blogs quite keenly as your story gives me insight into the female Chinese mind, this helps me in my own relationship with my partner. Life stories like yours, Barry's, Imi's, Johns, Peter's etc can only help the men and women here understand each other better from their experiences.
How is your everyday driving these days? You were able to help your son gain his driving license, did this experience help your own driving skills? As a chinese woman living in another country how many times per year do "you" feel the "need" to travel back to China for visits?