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Feelings...

There were a whole range of feelings that I experienced when leaving the UK, I think the main one probably was excitement. I had wanted to come to Bermuda for quite some time, as mentioned in the previous post. 159 more words

Mental Health

Quick update - School reports

As my patience continues to be tested, I thought I’d post a slightly more thorough (I think) update with a bit of information regarding the… 703 more words

Family

These things are sent to test us, right?

Something I’ve learned this week: NEVER get too comfortable!

I swear that, no sooner do you say out loud that things seem settled, something will come along and kick you in the shins. 558 more words

Family

Personal A to Z of Portugal. Z is for...

Can you believe it? I’m actually on Z!
I’ve done the entire alphabet, in order, and it’s taken me a little over TWO YEARS to do so. 369 more words

Family

Start spreadin' the news: I'm leaving today.

I love airplanes.┬áSo I’m sitting here; at Schiphol Airport in the international terminal. Calm but a little nervous. Not because of the plane because I’m boarding onto soon. 521 more words

Kim Cunningham

The Expat Blogger's Journey Through Expatriation

I am actually making headway with my “Z is for…” post, but this just dropped into my inbox, and I thought I would share.

So, little bit to wait before my “Personal A to Z of Portugal” journey is done.

Family

Hey, Random Citizen....

Citizenship.

When we told folks we were emigrating to Canada, many of them asked us if we were going to get Canadian citizenship. At the time it seemed a ludicrously precipitous question. 447 more words