Too long I have been away from my blog. Today I changed it a little bit and I have some photos I have taken in the past months but we have been busy around here and with no time to sit and write.
We had a long winter with good and bad news, good people have stayed in our lives specially friends who have been very supporte. On the other hand, I think you always bump into people who are a bit different than you, different is fine I welcome differences but not mean spirited or negative ones, I’ve met plenty like that in my life but this time it felt I was kind of stuck with them, until I managed to shake them off and keep a distance too.
I think that experience really got to me, a bit to Philip and now it is time to move on with our lives and be happy once again because we deserve it!
In less than 4 weeks we will be relocating our family to a new country in Latin America. My husband is already there since January and we came to visit quick in March, to check schools and neighbourhoods. I liked it very much it is a beautiful country and a sprawling city.
Never in my life I thought I would go back to the region, we had decided before that Canada was the place to raise the kids, but sometimes you make decisions and life takes a different course, an unexpected one that’s for sure.
I’m very happy about this move because I will be closer to friends from University, from High School and most of all my family. My kids will finally have relatives close by that loves them , care for them and only want the kids to be happy and healthy, my parents specially are very down to earth and enjoy every second they get to be with us. It is my family’s turn to have us close for a long time, my nephews and my niece get along with our kids so good and my kids feel so confortable with them. You have to take the opportunities right, and why waste time when tomorrow you could die. We will not waste it for sure.
Four weeks more in Canada… I’m excited!! Gaby my daughter is not so much. She knows what this means, leaving her friends, her school and most of all her country. Sebastian can care less I think, he just wanted to know if I was coming and then he said: “Well if you are coming then is fine, I was worried, who was going to make my shirts and make my lunch, he said ?? Okay, at least he likes my cooking and sewing.
So I will try to post two more times before we leave and then I will be off the grid for a while. But promise to come back with some cool pics of our new location and how we are spending summer. Oh, and it is the Soccer World Cup! I never miss this time every 4 years, and I rather spend it in Latin America where people breath soccer, think soccer, eat soccer and dream soccer, they might even fall in love during those days as well. Very intense, and you can hear every house in neighbourhoods cheering for their teams. My team is always Brazil so let see if they still got their JOGO BONITO!
I’m sharing some photos in no chronological order, well maybe a bit.
Happy weekend and Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms in Latin America that take this day off to celebrate their Mamacitas!!
Flowers you find in Guatemala and El Salvador.
Waiting for spring to show up. ( Almost two weeks ago)
Goodbye Canada, you’ve been good to us!