When I was still in the Philippines I used to ride in a jeepney. After arriving here in the US I did not notice any public transportation, I think there are some but it's not common compared back home in the Philippines. Oh well it's a lot different here in the US if you don't have your own car you can't do anything. I was just so happy that my work place is so close to my hubby's office and that he will just drop me off and picked me up when I'm done working. I'm not really excited either to have my own car especially now a days that the cost of gas is getting too high. Too bad that public transportation is not common here in our place where we live.
- Filipino blood with Pure heart,Simple,Friendly and loving:)I'm happily married to my most wonderful husband in the world,I'm so blessed to have him in my life no words can express how much I love and care for him.Your the best baby ko:)
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