First of all, no worries, you didn’t miss the 1st part of this story. It starts like this. A new city, a new job and a new life on the Covid era. I underestimated how complicated this adventure would be. When I accepted the new job in Kingston, I thought we would find an apartment right away. I thought that in smaller cities that couldn’t … Continue reading The K Adventure (2nd & 3rd parts): A New Home and Being Thankful
One day he yelled at his mom, and nothing happened. One day he bullied his classmate, the girl cried, but nothing else happened. One day he didn’t do an assignment, and nothing happened. One day he decided not to call his parents to let them know he was going to get home late, and nothing happened. One day he decided not to tell them how … Continue reading It became normal
Christmas is always complicated for us, immigrants. It doesn’t matter our religion, beliefs or customs; winter break is always a great excuse for gathering with our friends and family, eating delicious food and giving and receiving gifts. Therefore, Christmas is a great example and a huge test for any immigrant. Every culture and family has its own customs; but, unfortunately, when people leave their hometown … Continue reading Losing or adding customs?