Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Life is full of tough decision making process -1

I have not been posted my article for long time. And I apologize sincerely for the people who could follow my articles and commented many of them. There were several issues happening in my life and I needed to think deeply on what way I should go and how I could lead my family which includes my old mother who is 85 years of age.

I needed to think deeply if I should go back to Japan for taking better care of my old mother or should continue to stay in US. This decision making drove me crazy because I have spent a lot of time and effort to settle myself in US. Especially after my wife and I could buy our first house in California, this decision making process was tough.

I could not believe this is happening to me now, but for better selection of my future course, I visited Japan and China. I was in the middle of writing about a Japanese American family when I stopped posting my articles, but let me stop the story of Fujie for a while and let me start writing what happened to my family the summer in 2009.

I believe it will help some people having international background facing same kind of tough choices which I had. Also, again the decision making process was literally the process of "Filling the Missing Link".



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4 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Shaw .. sounds like tough times .. good to have you back .. just look after yourself!

Thinking of you all ..

All the best and hugs
Hilary Melton-Butcher
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Marketing Unscrambled, learn to earn 14 said...

Hello Shaw,

We missed reading your posts. These are some difficult choices that you have to make. It is hard to care for a parent when they are so far away. Can she come here to be with you, that you can care for her that way? Or is her health not good for a move like that?

Let us know what your decisions are. We would love to keep reading your post, but if you have to let it go. Let us know so that we can say good by. We would miss your blog if you go.

Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"

Shaw said...

Hi Hilary, Nice to be back. Nice to see you here. I will try to explain what happened one by one. Thank you for your comment.

Shaw Funami
Fill the Missing Link

Shaw said...

Dear Dan and Deanna,

Thank you for your comment. This summer was something, but I could mostly get over it. Getting it over in the way everybody is not unhappy at least. I will explain in the following posts including I had seen in China and Japan, economy, society, politics, and people.

Best wishes,
Shaw Funami
Fill the Missing Link