Saturday, 24 June 2017

3 Years in England - A milestone

With all that's going around in the world, the abominable terrorist attacks, unexpected presidency elections, shocking Referendum results, I have forgotten that on 4th of June 2017 were three years since I moved to England.

A milestone for me as I never thought I'd be here doing what I'm doing.

For many, England is the country of rain, fish and chips, pubs, narrow roads and Sherlock Holmes.
For me, it's the place where my dream has finally started to take form.
It wasn't easy, but here are some of my achievements of which I am quite proud of.
  • On 9th of June 2014, I found my first job as cleaner, 
  • A few weeks later I was offered a job in a warehouse as a quality check person,
  • In August (two months after I got here), I was hired as a call analyst,
  • In September 2014, I had the luck to meet an amazing human who rented me his house,
  • in December of 2016, I (self) published my first short memoir,
  • In May of 2017, I I (self) published another short memoir,
  • In June of 2017, the missing chapter from the previous memoir plus a collection of funny short stories appeared on Amazon, 
  • One novel is about to come out in both formats, eBook and paperback and I will finally have the right to call myself an author,
  • I made amazing friends,
  • My self-esteem is in a good path 
But my dream is only at the beginnings.

Happy Anniversary to me!

Living in the UK made this possible for me. Therefore, Thank You Gene (the friend that brought me here), Thank You Great Britain, Thank You Universe.
Despite the Brexit Referendum, the unavoidable general election results, I will always be grateful. 
In the end, I am Romanian, I should stay in my country not invade other territories. 
But if you really want to know, I would love to live in Romania but that's not possible for now. I won't impose my permanence in England, if they think I don't deserve to be her and it's fair to not give me the same rights every human should have, then I'll move. No problem.
I so wished you'd remained in Europe. Everything is so more complicated now. But I respect your decision.

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1 comment:

  1. What's up, the whole thing is going perfectly here
    and ofcourse every one is sharing facts, that's really fine,
    keep up writing.

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