After we had our Christmas in our province I still stayed there for 5 at least more days before I go home and celebrate the New Year in our house in Quezon City. In my stay there I experience a lot of things: like the silent environment when twilight comes, the cold and clean breeze of the wind that embarks you through your bones, and things that I do not usually do. Household chores is precisely needed when you where there. When I stay at the province we do house hold chores for the entire people who live there and not only for ourselves. Even though chores are hard the power to argue we not do it, because discipline is empowered in the house firmly. When I got home our maid is not there because she left and resigned, ironic isn’t it. So I think the things we do at our province are just training and hope we can survived this no maid phenomenon that we are experiencing right now.
There are many differences between a man and a woman which are very contras tic. These distinctions are some of my own opinion based on my own experiences. First is that, when man says there is nothing it really means nothing, but when a woman says nothing be careful because with those eyes and posture, better watch out. Men can stay 5 minutes in the shower but women can stay half day in there. Wondering what they are doing? And based on my life time experience this is very much factual. And lastly women should always have the sole authority to have the last words in arguing because the very next word man would speak is a beginning of a new argument. All of these are very much true as when I see people and as the way I know. But still understanding and love are there to neutralize these distinctions.