You're back!Hehe, nakakatuwa ang mga kababayan natin. May mga kilala akong super lagari ang pagwowork nila. =)
Dito rin. Besides two jobs, kung minsan nagpapa-ending pa nang lottery. Kailangan eh.
Funny but it also makes one realize the physical and mental exhaustion that comes with holding more than one job. I've met some Filipinos in my trips here in the US who hold at least two jobs. Some of them work even on weekends. I take my hat off to people like them who do whatever it takes just to secure a good future for themselves and for their family.
Pards, lalo na dyan sa US and Canada where your educational attainment sa pinas is not considered in job employment. I got relatives there, both husband and wife, who holds two jobs to make ends meet and as you said secure their future. Pero may dis-advantage din ito.
sa ganitong paraan pards makikita ang kasipagan ng pinoy,..pero tama ka.meron din itong dis advantage...nmiss ko yung ganitong blog mo..he he he.
ever, nominated ka pala sa OFW blogger pre. Iboboto kita. Ako sumali rin kaso wala pang sagot.
you're back as well as i'm back. but im still busy maybe until the first week of september.this comic strip gave me a reason to make a smile. hehehe... and laugh.
donG, there's a lull in my work kasi magra-Ramadan na. But I think I'll be busy after that.
hahaha! napagod na sa kakatake ng order.
mari, the physical and mental exhaustion of having two jobs sometimes have its toll. This is just one of the sacrifices our fellow kabayans do to better theirs and their family's life.
hahahah! iguess it can get confusing sometimes if you're constantly juggling jobs ;-)
caryn, yes, yung iba puyat. With the increase in prices of commodities here, they have no choice but to take a second job. Para "break even" sa pinapadala sa Pinas.
hahaha kawawang bata natuliro