A year ago I left the UK. I got on a plane with my family and I left for greener grass on the other side.
I did intend on blogging this whole time and keeping everyone up to date with everything that happened on this trip, but after not having internet towards the end of the trip and then wanting to spend more time with my parents/ family before I had to leave them crying in a ball on tears at Boston Airport, I never finished blogging.
Its amazing how life can get away from you very quickly before you realise.
FUCK ME ITS BEEN A YEAR!
Anyway, Where am I now?
Well I’m still in Vancouver, BC at the moment, currently sat on the sofa watching a programme about Russian History whilst I recover from having my wisdom teeth removed.
For the moment I still work at William F. Whites, a film rentals company, but everything is about to change all over again.
I’m about to move to the Island. Vancouver Island that is, not the mysterious one with Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson.
So about 8 months ago I met this guy who turned out to be one of the best people I have ever met. He even made the trip home with me in April for a week, meeting family and being dragged around Primark (Its okay, he really loved the cheap clothes!). Due to lots of different circumstances, he has decided that he wants to move closer to family and I was asked to go with him. I said yes after loads of crying and long distance phone calls to my Mum.
I’m currently in the process of applying to stay in this wonderful country I have started to call home, but if everything starts to fall to pieces do I really want to say that I stayed in Vancouver the whole time and worked Monday to Friday 9-5 and not travelled very much. No I don’t.
So this is where I am at…. a year after getting on the plane to Boston and starting to make my way to Canada.
On my Canaversary I shall write a more indepth post about my time in Canada and what I have actually done with my time.
I still don’t regret this move and I am still loving every day, and even on the harder days I have someone to help me through the crap.