Archive for the ‘Life Abroad’ Category
I remember when I was young, my mom was dating a guy who owns a trailer van or an RV. Yup, for some reason it stuck in my mind because I was amazed. There’s a tiny kitchen, a living room and it moves! We drive out of town using it. It is of course expensive but you can always inquire online for rv loans. If you’re the type to move around or your job requires you to then save up on hotel bookings and road trips. Calculate the savings that you can get from actually purchasing one. In the long run. It’s gonna be a good deal.
I used to work part time before, I get $100 a week which is kind of cool if you compute it locally. Me and my aunt would come in at 6pm and fix the POS display for Keebler cookies or whatever we are assigned at the time. I don’t do any paperwork, my aunt does that. It was fun though, doesn’t hurt it was actually a bit of exercise for me. A bit cold to walk over from home to there but I always loved the conversations we had. I miss my Auntie Arlene. She’s my mommy. 8)
Ever had that dream you set aside to work abroad? Did you always wonder what it was like to live in a far off place? Hey, you might get lucky! There are tech jobs that you can apply to by studying in foreign schools. What you just need to do is apply online and give some details about where you’re from and which country you want to work in someday. A list of schools will be given along with the course you want to take. You can just fill out a form and request information on the fees, the curriculum etc. Start aiming for your dreams, world is about to end as they say. 8)
I absolutely miss Germany. I miss staying with my Auntie Arlene. She’s the second mommy I told you about in a previous post. We go on foot during the winter to the Air Force Base Commissary where she worked as a merchandiser. I have my winter coat on but it’s still really too cold for comfort. I remember walking with her and talking about the latest American Idol hopefuls.
When we come home after work, we just sit down for tea. She has this green tea that she has brought from Japan when they were stationed there. We watch a bit of TV and then head on to bed. I remember my room, it overlooks the playground and the green grass. It was just so relaxing to lie in there with a book. It’s a twin sized bed with a heated blanket. It’s chocolate in color so it really makes me cuddle up and imagine I’m wrapped in chocolate ha ha. Thinking about it makes me want to say goodnight to you now. 8)