"Grandma said this"…"Grandma said that"…"Grandma said what"…
Have you ever heard "what Tina says"?
I have nothing to talk to Grandma about my job status because she knows not much of working environment nowadays.
However, I’m still angry with you for leaving me in HK?!
Come on Dad!
That’s something happened 9 years ago!
I have NEVER blamed what’s happened 23 years ago, it wasn’t your fault;
and I have NEVER blamed what’s happened 9 years ago, it’s your rights.
I’m not a little girl who lives in the past.
People always think others angry with themselves, because they’re angry with themselves, but not others.
Grandma is an old-styled-lady that’s why today she’s still living and thinking in the past, but relatively, I am appreciate what happened to me because these help me grow up.
Dad, please do not let the past trap your life, so don’t I!
About my name, it’s just a name, don’t worry about it.
Everytime Grandma mentions about it, I feel upset and cry since it isn’t my choice. I couldn’t choose, it’s Mom’s decision.
But so what? Would there be anything changed if my name wasn’t changed? I don’t think so!
I don’t think it would be a good idea applying me to Vancouver. I hope you have a happy family there, and I don’t wanna disturb you.
For sure I couldn’t live well with Mom’s husband, but I’ve got used to it. I’m afraid it’d be a hard work for me adapting a new family.
Finally, "is there anything else makes me depressed?"
The answer is: DADDY RARELY TALKS TO ME DIRECTLY.
Alright, now I give you my cellphone no.
I haven’t got any IDD credit so I’m not able to call you.
Would there be any excuses of not calling me, not talking to me, Dad?
Everyone’s got his rights, and also his responsibilities.
Women always need something immaterially, see?