I couldn’t have found a more appropriate film title than this one, I’m now a year into my new life in the USA and things are still changing. … More A Year and Change – looking back on my first year in the USA.
We agreed to meet in Target carpark and exchange a bag of powdered custard like a dodgy drug deal. … More White Christmas – An English Christmas Abroad is No Trifling Thing to Achieve!
AS I come up to a year in the US I look back to a post I wrote at six months in the country, I take a look at what I have achieved, what I miss and what I have noticed is different in the US. … More 28 Weeks Later …
So yes, I’ve been gone a while sorry, life got hectic (house move, new job for JT, summer holidays with the kids) and I just stopped having time to write about it, but it is all calming down a little now and it feels like time to catch up on a few more of … More Pinocchio – or becoming a real girl!
So our big news is, we bought a house, it has all the things we have both dreamed of – porch, wood burning stove, maple floors, pocket doors, a claw tub bath and a room for each of the children to have their own space when they are with us. Throw in a big yard … More The Little House in the UP
Well here it is, the film title we’ve all been waiting for! And in only two months, although they say it can take up to six. My green card arrived today, three years to the day that JT and I first physically met. What a crazy, wonderful, weird three years it has been. So now … More Green Card
So it’s slightly more than 28 days later, but hey a film title is a film title, so let’s take a look at what I’ve been doing: Firstly, Michigan weather be crazy – we’ve had 3 foot snow and 70 degree (Fahrenheit) within a week of each, although we are back to seasonal norms and no … More 28 Days Later …
So just a quick one, but here I am sitting at the airport waiting for my flight. It’s been a long journey, but we’ve made it. It’s emotional on so many levels, so many goodbyes, one huge hello. There aren’t words enough to tell my friends and family how much I love them or to thank … More Coming to America
It never really occurred to me before I started doing it, how long it takes to pack up a life. For nearly three years now my life has felt like one long goodbye. Some of the recent goodbyes (like my Father) have been involuntary, some, like my job, worked out so well for various reasons, that … More The Long Goodbye
The next query had even the lovely lady stumped and grabbing her supervisor for additional input. Apparently, we go our affidavit of support wrong! Now the instructions for completing the Avadavat of support regarding family size are very clear – you have to include your children even if they don’t reside with you, and can’t … More Lost in Translation – part two