I've changed courses with my life. May move to Rosarito Beach, Mexico for my dad's retirement in the future and plus he's a native to Mexico and so is my mom. America may not be the greatest land of the free but I love my country and also Mexico and other countries and respect their views, beliefs, and traditions.
When will your re-location begin? I hope you will be happy in another country.
That will be 3 to 5 years from now. I hope. Mexico isn't as bad as some people think. Crime happens everywhere. I know I was one of them due to watching too many Telenovelas lol.
Will I see Mexican Telenovelas here in the States and other Spanish programs. So nothing is different for me and honestly I don't wanna move but I guess if it makes my dad happy. I just don't like change especially my own environmental surroundings even if the carpenters and the dogs and everything has been not pleasant, I still love this little rural town of Loleta, CA/USA. I've been here, there but my dad been everywhere and makes heisty decisions but we all live and learn.
Post by FanOfDorks on Nov 25, 2015 17:43:12 GMT -1
My plan is because Erika is now in school full time I am supposed to be applying for work but because I have been unemployed over 15 years *raising kids etc.* I kinda no longer have any qualifications so the more courses I do I build up a few & also get a little taster of some jobs then I can add them to my Yay or Nay list lol
Whisker,FanOfDorks,mattyboo1,@womenonly, Today I left my house at about 9.15 a.m. to take a 91-year-old friend of mine to hospital for a meeting with her consultant. It was nearly 6 p.m. by the time I arrived home. She wanted to go into the local supermarket on the way home to return some goods that somebody else had bought for her - and that were not what she wanted. She said she did not want to do any grocery shopping - but in the end, she came out with three large bags of groceries. Even though it is a large supermarket with quick daily turnover, my fried had to look at the expiry date on every item she picked. Also, she must have spent about 45 minutes picking one loaf of bread, as she had to look at the expiry dates on every loaf in three large sections of the shop. LOL After that, she wanted to go to her local pharmacy in another part of town. The people in the pharmacy knew her by name. They asked her had she a "helper" i.e ME! I was able to remind her regarding a couple of things, I knew she was forgetting. On the way out, the staff at the Pharmacy thanked me! That was my good deed - that took up just about all of the day! LOL!