Better left unsaid.

Better Left Unsaid

It’s funny how so much in life is better left unsaid. Sometimes in-order to protect the ones we love, sometimes to protect ourselves, but always with the best intentions. Conversely there are things that we must say, regardless of the pain it may cause, either to the recipient or to you it doesn’t matter who … Continue reading

Expatriate habits, the importance of being unique…Oh and Cake.

A few days ago the Guardian published a rather interesting interactive infographic and it got me wondering are exp ats really as unique as we think we are? Lets face it, the first thing that 98% of expats do when they arrive in their country of destination is find and locate the local expat “community”. But … Continue reading

Snow and other things

So recently I’ve not written for 3-4 days, So firstly I apologise, but I am a still student and I still have coursework as a result. So lets cover some of the exciting thing’s I’ve not been able to post about due to prior engagements. On Thursday we had our first snow of the season, … Continue reading

Trying to jump through bureaucratic hoops.

So, as with any time that you want to deal with the Government, Yesterday was spent going from desk to desk, phone-line to phone-line and then desk to desk again, in a mad attempt to complete our registration process. However, even though we had been assured that we would be able to register at this address, it turns out that we … Continue reading

Missing home.

It’s probably just cause it’s winter and I don’t have many friends here yet, but I miss living in South Wales. I never though I’d say that, but it’s true. I think it’s more an attachment to the friends and the emotions that I was feeling this time last year. You see in a few … Continue reading

The day Dad got his life back.

Today marks the first day of the rest of my farther’s life. Before you ask; No he didn’t just get out of gaol, the last of his children, more specifically my Sister, has finally moved out. It’s taken time, effort and a whole lot of patience but he’s finally managed it, well near enough anyway, … Continue reading

It’s been 3 weeks

Three weeks since we left the UK, Time sure does fly when you’re in a high stress environment 24/7. Still it’s life, I’ve still got my husband, and still got a roof over my head so that’s good. Strange though, this land of windmills, circle parties and cheese that we live in seems to be … Continue reading

Words to Rise Above

“Remember that many people will try to put up reasons and obstacles as to why you should not do this and those reasons are their own fears accepting their own inability to pursue their own dreams. Please recognize that you and only you know what is right for you. Your accomplishments and your mistakes are … Continue reading

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