This is a tough question for me. :"D
I remember when I was young, I had never satisfied with the place where I grown up. I was like a young bird, just wanted to grow up quickly and fly away real fast. I was an obstreperous child. I felt curious about the world and wanted to jump out there to see, wanted to leave behind my mom's embrace. I had the feeling as most people have I think: I wanted to grow up fast part of it because I didn't want to go school, I thought that being an adult will give me freedom and I can do whatever I want.
That logic was not wrong. But it's not a completely truth. Freedom is actually equal being unprotected sometimes. You have freedom, you also have more responsible to take care of yourself real good.
When I was 18, I left my city to go to a bigger city to study. I was so excited about my new journey. I dreamed and planned that I will have a part-time job in a cute small book coffee shop. I would love to do as much as possible volunteer job in the university. I would have new friends, a lot of new friends.
"A dream isn't the same thing as a plan."
And life is not always as you planned.
I did what I can do better than a lot of people. But it doesn't seem enough. I have changed myself through some events. ...
Now I'm even further my home than I was.
The further and older I get, the more I realize how great my childhood was.
Ok. Let's get into the question. Lol =))
I just love my country, because:
There would be nowhere else I can be my mom's daughter grin emoticon
There would be nowhere else I can meet those wonderful people I have met.
There would be nowhere else I can eat better Vietnamese pork chops, Vietnamese sandwich, Pho as well as thousand of other kind of food the world haven't known in public.
There would be nowhere else I can wear Ao Dai as school uniform.
There would be nowhere else farmers use a hat (Non La) to protect from sunshine but also to contain water to drink and to fan when they feel hot after working hard.
Those are just few of reasons for me to love my country.
However, seriously, when it comes to love, I don't think we can talk about reasons grin emoticon
As a Vietnamese poet said: When you live, it's just a place you live. When you left, that place went into your soul.
I love my country because I was born and raised there. grin emoticon
Yes I know, for some people, even Vietnamese as me, my Vietnam is not as good as how I love it.
Vietnamese people are rude and too curious sometimes. But, not everybody know the fact that you're rude when you're honest, too honest and doesn't know how to say the way you feel in a good way; you're curious because you care, if you don't care, you would not wanna know.
Living in America is good. Sometimes it's too good for a person as me. Everyday everybody says hello to you and ask you about your life, however, not everybody expects to hear from you a long sad story. ... Everybody is busy with their own lives.
Vietnam either. Everywhere. ...
Most of my family and my friends are over there man! TT____TT
Just I miss Vietnam.
Thanks for someone who are reading even here...
Have a good smile ah~!!! <3 <3</span>