Transcend Time in Quebec City

Quebec City is my favourite city in Canada, it is romantic and charming, and has the allure and illusion of time travel.  The city represents the beginning of modern day Canada, the reason why I am here with my Scottish and French background.  The British and French fought over land that didn’t belong to them, to eventuallyContinue reading “Transcend Time in Quebec City”

The Lie Canada Tells Itself (And the World)

I haven’t published a blog post in ages and the main reason for that is, I had been battling immigration in Czech Republic from May 2018 until November 2018 and am currently battling with Canadian Immigration because they have refused 3 Visa applications for my legally married husband.  I would like to point out thatContinue reading “The Lie Canada Tells Itself (And the World)”

Lay Down Your Heart: What I’ve learned as a Serial Expat

1-  When are you moving ‘Home’? The disconnect to ‘home’ is real and is probably the hardest thing to deal with.  Guilt trips from family about not being home for such and such a thing can be heartbreaking and the ‘when are you moving back’ questions can be awkward, because how do explain why youContinue reading “Lay Down Your Heart: What I’ve learned as a Serial Expat”

30 Days on a Greyhound Bus: Part 1

I am terrified of birds, Stanley Park is therefore a terrifying place for an Ornithophobe; there are all the usual suspects: pigeons, seagulls, crows, and tiny birds I cannot name, but there are also massive Canadian Geese and Swans.  I saw a tourist chasing a Goose, trying to get the perfect shot, I was both amused and horrified by this scene.