I am joining the bandwagon and will be doing the Blogtember where in you will blog everyday. I know I haven't been able to blog everyday lately and I think this will be a challenge for me to find time to blog despite on being busy with Baby K.
Today's question is:
- Describe where or what you come from. The people, places, and/or factors that make up who you are.
|My Tita's wedding (2008)|
Friends are important to me to and from where I lived, I used to be friends with some of the neighbour kids. Although, I didn't had a lot of friends at school I knew almost everyone but I know who my real friends are and there aren't many of them. It's okay for me because I knew I could trust them. Trust is a big issue for me and so giving it to the right person is important. When I moved countries, I found it hard to find who my real friend is. Everyone seemed to judge who I am which made me become anti social at some point. I felt like they always criticise on how I talk and what I wear. I met a lot of people but there was someone who stood out. I was comfortable talking to him about everything. I was shy at first, and I am still shy now but as I got to know him better, I felt more comfortable and I've been able to talk things that I don't even mention to other people. He is my comfort zone, my partner and the love of my life.
We have a cat-dog relationship but I can't imagine not having him in my life. He has taught me a lot of things too. He gave me the best gift I could ever have, our baby girl. My life is now complete ever since she came. She is the reason why I couldn't be more happier.
Another factor that has influenced on who I am now is my religion. I lived in a country where Christianity is strong and I grew up having a strong faith. I went to a Catholic school which taught me more about my religion and faith. When I moved countries, I realised that not all people believed in having a religion. I went to a school where most of my school mates didn't care about it at all. Although the school didn't had religion classes where I was used to having, it didn't had any effect on my faith. I just went to church regularly with my family.
These are the factors that influenced on who I became now. Without them, I will be nothing seriously. They taught me things that I know I would not even realise. I am happy on where I am now.