A couple of years ago I spoke with my mother over Skype. - So, she is sleeping? - she asked. My mom was waiting to see her granddaughter. - Yes, she fell asleep half an hour ago. She didn’t sleep well last night. She woke up several times and probably needs to sleep now to… Continue reading Cabbage, Rice pudding, Goulash and Pro-D Day
– Imagine a stranger – suddenly my girlfriend and I got the idea. – Imagine that he decided to come to our city – I added sarcastically that he was, for sure, out of his mind. Maybe he didn't know what he was getting into?! My friend from childhood laughed. She was always more realistic.… Continue reading Be a tourist in your hometown!
I met my friend one day at the park, near her apartment. Usually, we hang out on Mondays or Wednesdays, as my daughter goes to preschool. It is very expensive here as most places to send your child to either daycare or preschool. Like some parents, my friend decided to stay at home with her… Continue reading Cultural Differences
Abuela is a book for children. It was written in 1991, by American author Arthur Dorros. The story is about a little girl named Rosalba and it describes the special day she spends with her beloved grandmother. One day while out on their usual walk through New York City they unexpectedly begin an extraordinary flying… Continue reading Abuela
Last fall, every Monday I took my daughter to dance class. The class was held in a nearby recreational centre, where we had attended a parent and tot class before. She longed to return. At these classes, there were no clear and certain rules. No one speaks about the predispositions of players or insists on… Continue reading Process