Wednesday, June 27, 2007

How I Wish...

Yesterday night slept at 9 pm and wake up about 1 am and suddenly I remember that I have not apply my mom U.S Visa as she is planning a trip next month to Georgia, Atlanta to visit her two sisters ( ahhh... my Ah Yees ) who resides in U.S for more than 15 years. Recently both of my aunts get their PR and all their kids have been reunited with their moms last year after 15 years of waiting. Hah... so happy for all of them. Mom will be going there with my 4 Kor for about a month. Both in their late 60's and early 70's are going to U.S ? Don't know whether both of them will sesat or not at the airport!

Both of them is so excited and mom start to plan her visit itinerary. She told me she is going to LA to visit a friend for few days, then she want to go Universal Studio & Hollywood, then to aunts place Georgia from there she will plan a trip to Las Vegas. Better for her to go there now cos both are so old if they don't go now, don't know when they have the chance to go. Furthermore next year I am sending my kids to the nursery near her place and she will be busy picking up my kids from the nursery.

On the computer and go on-line and search for US Embassy Website and I wake dearie Suki up and get him to help me. I am so lazy to read all the steps how to apply the visa but do I have a choice not to apply for both old ladies. Some more both of their passport expired and I need to wait for few days before I could help them to apply and yesterday night both of them called me up and provide me their passport no. and all others details.

Finally I get it and have applied for them and scheduled an interview next Monday morning. Looks like I am going to fetch both of them to the U.S embassy next week for their interview.

Yer... so nice. I wish I could follow them there. I complaint to mom that I regret why I get married so fast and have kids so fast to tie down my freedoms. Now I think back I should enjoy my life first before I commit on all my current commitments. Well what she could advised me is that once my kids grown up I will have the chance to do what I want. I just pray and hope the day will come one day.


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11 comments:

peimun said...

after reading your post only I remember that hubby ask me to go to the safe deposit box to get his passport for his US visa application.....being so forgetful nowadays!

blur_mommy said...

You can still bring the kids along for a vacation... : )

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Sorry it took so long but I finally did the tag. Thanks for tagging me : )

Pearls said...

Hi Sue! You should look at things positively regarding having a family early in life. Yes, you will miss out a bit at this stage but when the kids are all grown up, you will still be in a pretty good shape to do what you want. A lot of people who start having a family later in life realise that when their kids are grown up, they will be very old! Some even have to worry if they will actually see their kids grow up. So, be happy that you have your kids when you are bursting with energy!

snoopy said...

Waw, your mum also kaki jalan hoh. The last time I went to US, I dare not plan to visit so many places, scare that I lost my way and kena buly. But the Disney World at Frorida is great and must go, even if alredy 80 years old.

Sue Sue said...

blur_mommy,
If I were to plan to go U.S I think need 1 mth. Reason being the air ticket is so expensive so I must make sure travel to the fullest in U.S. But now can't afford to go with my whole family. I think I need about RM30K - RM40K. That's a lot of money.

SueSue

Sue Sue said...

Snoopy,

You're right. My mom, me and my sis are kaki jalan and kaki shopping. But I really salute my mom she likes travelling and at her age ( late 60's ) she still can be very sporting. I dare to tell you now, if she go Disney Land she will q for all the rides.

Sue Sue said...

Pearls,
I do think positively and sometimes consider myself quite lucky to have 2 kids, a loving hubby, a house and a family at this age as compared to my good 'ci mui' who are mostly still single. But one thing I do miss so much for the past 2 years is that I won't be able to travel overseas with my good 'ci mui'.

SueSue

Pearls said...

Sue,

Well, you can still go holidays with your "ci mui"if you want to. It is about making extra arrangements and all. But I suppose if you do go, you will miss your family and that will rob you of the whole traveling experience.

Alternatively, you can go when your kids are slightly older, perhaps in 2 years'time??

Sue Sue said...

Pearls,
Hihi, I am planning for one short trip in August'07 with my 'ci mui' already. Can't wait till August.

Feel guilty, leave the kids for my dearie hubby. Last year also the same, went to Chiangmai with a bunch of single 'ci mui' and have a great time there and poor hubby got to take care the kids.

Thank god I have a hubby who are so supportive and most important can 'kau tim' the kids at home.

SueSue

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