Driving my car — my own car in this very moment for a medical student like me seems like very impossible. Our family is not well-off. But yes, my parents can provide what we need in school. Only that and nothing else more.
So thinking of things like driving my car these days is yet a wish I hope a fairy goddess would give me. But I am kind of thankful, somehow, of not having my own car this time because the fact that streets here in Cebu City are too narrow compared to Davao City where I used to drive. I am afraid I might end up bumping other cars or even the worse, my car should be pulled through its trailer hitches or towed by big trucks. I know, I still need more driving practice especially in cities like Cebu.