Tag Archives: Migration

Thank you America!

It is the time of the year where millions of Americans travel across the country to celebrate Thanksgiving.  It is probably the only holiday they can agree to celebrate, no matter which religious belief you might have.  These mass migrations take … Continue reading

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Traffic is Evil

Traffic!  The Devil’s work.  The path to Zen and one of the many Catholic trials.  Once you conquer the road rage you are on the path to eternal glory.  Or at least that what we should believe instead of hammering … Continue reading

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Three Years

It’s not exactly a tale like Brad Pitt’s ‘Seven Years in Tibet”, but I can’t believe it has been three years since we arrived to the US and were greeted by the gorgeous Lady of Liberty.  Greeted by 36 degrees celsius … Continue reading

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Celebrating Independence

…or properly more accurately, the US is celebrating kicking out the British while holding hands with the Irish who also kicked out the British.  In reality, the British are most likely not too happy about being reminded about this every year, … Continue reading

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15 Years!

Not too sure if I should be worried or delighted when I recently received a mail from the company I work for, congratulating me for having spent the past 15 years with them.  Should I be worried that I had … Continue reading

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Walking through Copenhagen

OK, there many benefits from flying overnight to a far away country, but the shitty thing is that you land ridiculously early in the morning … so early that you might even wonder if the public services are open yet. … Continue reading

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The UN of people

My lovely South American flower had over the last few years expressed a lot of interest in tracking down where she’s from.  We know where she’s from biologically; born and raised.  But, do we really know where her roots are … Continue reading

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Blood, Tears and BIO

The other day we passed an important milestone in our clan.  We submitted our green card applications some weeks ago (little over a month) and are waiting anxiously for some sign that the application is progressing smoothly. About two weeks … Continue reading

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I’m such a wuss!

As part of our green card application, we have to get a medical examination, by a Homeland Security authorized physician.  It’s no ordinary examination.  This one his a bit more than your normal visit to the GP, and takes a … Continue reading

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Independence Day

A big happy 4th of July to all of you out there.  Stay safe tonight and enjoy the festivities with family and friends. Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption … Continue reading

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