I’d been in Casablanca for about a week when I was informed that my shipment had arrived at the airport and I was to go and retrieve it. My school kindly supplied a driver and a car for me for the day and off I went. My companion for the day, lets call him Mr.
Category: International Moves
There are stages of adjustment that one encounters when moving abroad. The first stage following the move is called the honeymoon phase. It’s when everything is new and lovely. And don’t get me wrong; I’ve been honeymooning with Istanbul. Here are some of the sights that have made me swoon: The city really does have
We don’t have to love the nature of all things, but we must know that all things have a nature. Selah.
There’s nothing quite like moving across the world and having every expectation shattered.
I was talking to Janeen the other day about a matter completely unrelated to this post, and she told me–with all of her Janeen-like kindness that honestly makes me crazy sometimes–that I don’t need to be so hard on myself. Of all the nerve. I mean really, what kind of empathetic and compassionate person looks
They say you can never go home again. Which is kind of messed up, if you think about it. So much of our lives, so much of who we are is connected to the GPS of our hearts. Final destination: home. After a long day of work, after a fun adventure, you want for familiarity,
“You know you need to start packing, what are you waiting for? “