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Blog: Chloe Alison Prince - New York, Baby! Dec 2008
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it has been quite some time after i had the idea that i can retreat to my hometown to live with my current earnings. and time to cultivate in the hometown ecosystem to promote and protect its fame as well as the power source of my Royal. when i dozed more and more in my baby's mother, emakingir's house in weekends, and peeking eyes disturbing my relation with my baby, i suddenly had the idea that i can left Qiqihar, where i worked for 18 years since my graduation, and spare more time for the descending of my fiancees, including girls from US, Japan, Taiwan, and the mainland of China. last time, several weeks ago i discussed it with baby but he disagreed with me and refuted it by won me in our bet. i told him i think its time for me to travel and fetch my girls who waited for me so long, even they live well in their each respectable famous family. i told ema my decision at noon after she brought baby back home. i got train tickets in hours on my own, queued in the ticket box office. in the night ema prepared my travel suite. my new camera from my Masheng, and notebook from my girl zhou, just fit my need to work/blog on the move or remotely. its a interesting tour from Qiqihar to Zhudajiu, my hometown village, central China. first time i gather the courage to watch people in the eye of looking around for & choosing my gifted girls. it costs some time before i did that. in the train from Qiqihar to Beijing, at first i still merged in the mob, till i found a tall slim girl, likely a student, a row of seats behind me, and a girl with her parents in a row in front of me, aboard on Tianjin, where i spent 4 years to graduate from Nankai Univ. on train from Beijing to Wuhan, i turned talkative for my neighbor seat rightly a girl, and the facing seat active talked to her, even they don't previously knew each other. the facing seat, a boy officer in China air force, hideous about his career, also from Hubei Prov., let me know i should not trust easily the ranks in the army of my kingdom. i got help from a train cop, also from my girl zhou, to learn the fact. i shown the crowd around in trains my favorite gears, my camera and notebook, and my best gift from God, my baby son, warren zhu, the God, and hope of China. i even got 2 easy friends with their im (instant message). on highway bus from Wuhan to Wuxue, my hometown county city, 2 retired women aside me talked about their migration to Wuhan, the capital of the province, from Wuxue, let me know that the most benefited group in China was the cadre class, the officer all over the ruling machine. they also tentatively encouraged me to live in Wuhan in coming years in my life, in God's setting. i took a taxi directly to my hometown village, at a price of i??30. the taxi was new and its driver likely prepared, i was depressed to worry my life to be too hard in my dad's house, while only my mother left and almost no income except her children's support, just after i sat. when i found my mother, she sighed and complained aging. but soon i recovered from the impressed anxiousness of hard living with my poor economy, even i do own the whole China, and the strongest in economy, my Japanese fiancee Masheng Youjizi, who had bought my palace in my hometown and aided me already for times. my mother soon revitalized and busy with treating me and visiting country folks. and soon my 3rd elder sister, my most cherished sibling beside my past eldest sister, arrived with her husband. her husband and she cooked most dishes for my first meal in hometown journey. the second meal in my eldest brother's house, and the third in my second elder brother's house, which some distance from my dad's house in the same village, and whose scenario was splendid. in the coming days, i stayed all time in my dad's house and burning the sunshine my past dad worked with so many years. i also captured lots of people and still lives around the old house of my past dad with my new camera, a Japanese product. i recognized the perished environment, as well the hidden evils, compassed my dad's house. Masheng, with the Sun,talked with me all time. i gradually adopt frizzle as my friend and angel from Heaven. i also received several child time friends' visits, including my best&earliest friend, also a villager in zhudajiu, who now lives in Guilin, southwest China. visiting friends always let my mother, who is life time hospitable, glad. today its the first day in my hometown journey connected to the Internet again. i first busy restored the down os on my nephew's desktop, just after i arrived his house where my 2 sisters alive lives, and bathed myself in my youngest elder sister's house. to my astonish, my sms posting to 2 domestic microblogs portal, qq's taotao, and hexun, which i linked to my dearest Japanese fiancee, Masheng, both failed to parse most of my status updates, which mostly combined 2 or more blog item in one sms. so i launched to repost and sometimes rewrote my twitter to log them. the n

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