Archive For The “Country Life” Category
“If you plant the rice wrong this year next year you will do it right, but if you choose the wrong person it will wrong in the whole life.”
“My first child is a babysitter at Phnom Penh which is far from where I live. My second child is a motorbike washer. My third child is illiterate. He failed his study and lives without education. It gives me very hard time. I became sick and was diagnosed with scoliosis. I vomited for 3 months long. My first child rarely visits me and I miss her so bad. I think I would’ve died by now. Luckily, a Christian group came here and helped me go to hospital and receive medicine. Because of them I feel better and am glad that I’m alive”
My husband’s legs were amputated but he worked hard for our family as a mechanic and hairdresser. Our family lost him 10 years ago and now my life depends on my children. I have my granddaughter in my hand and I would love to see her helping our family in the future.
“Right now I’m just a fish seller. In the future, I want to have a better job. But I couldn’t think of anything right now. It is very hard”
“The rest of my family all are died only me that still alive, can you imagine how it hurt?”
There isn’t such a happy moment than when you get to be with your sweetheart. I can feel the warmth inside.
Losing children is something that you can’t accept in life. One of my lovely daughter died from disease. I hope she’s still alive and I can educate her like my 4 other kids.
“I know that I didn’t do anything to change Cambodia so the new generation should try their best to change our country”
“They said Khmer Rouge is the saddest moment but for me, it’s not, because they didn’t take me away from my family”
“My husband left me with my daughter, but I never give up. I try my best to find money for my daughter, and I think I can live without him”