I moved to Canada one year ago!

To all my followers, I want to say thank you for following my journey! It’s been an absolute pleasure to share my experiences with all of you!

Speaking of sharing my experiences, I am still on a hiatus right now. I am dealing with a family emergency. My mother got appendicitis and things are going to be a hot mess for while. So, if I don’t comment on your posts, you know why. To those of you for who I have said I will do guest posts, I will email you soon.

I am going to do a post in the future about dealing with emergencies when you live in another country. Plus, I have some other posts planned. Yes, this emergency means I am on a hiatus from my Calgary Parks Challenge as well.

I will celebrate my one year in Canada later on, but I am still taking a moment to celebrate! To those of you who know about my mother, thank you for all your support!

28 thoughts on “One Year in Canada!”

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  2. Wow, one year! It passes by so fast, doesnΒ΄t it? About your mom, I hope she recovers fast. Hard times can also be a blessing, it brings people together and definitely puts a lot into perspective.

  3. So far, so good, apparently; due to circumstances, you haven’t been able to see much this year, but I’ve noticed that you’re interested in everything Canadian. Even without much direct experience, you know a lot more after a year. Best wishes for your mother’s recovery.

  4. Congrats on your one-year Canadian anniversary. It’s hard to believe that it’s already been a year. Hope you’re enjoying your time here so far. P.S. Sorry to hear that your mum hasn’t fully recovered. Hope she gets well soon.

          1. Congratulation. I still remember the day when I read your post about moving to Canada. It seems that you and your mother have grown and thrived in your new home. I imagine it is the part of Canada that speaks French. How fascinating. Yes, tell us more about your life there. And sorry to hear about your mother’s appendicitis. I hope she recovers well after the surgery.

            1. It’s been a great experience. It’s not the area that exclusively speaks French, but it was originally settled by the French and you still see that. Thank you for your kind wishes πŸ’œ

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