It’s been almost four years since I moved over to Glasgow from America, which is cah-ray-zee. Living in a new country is exciting and terrifying at the same time. Being an expat has its ups and downs as well. I moved to Scotland for love, and there’s plenty of that in my life, but I still have many days when I wonder if I’ll ever really feel at home over here. It’s the little things that make being an expat so tough. Like, you know, everyday things that you learn to take for granted as part of your life that are missed once you are without them. The other day I got to thinking after having to add 90 minutes to my travels — because I had missed the train I needed by one fucking minute — that being an expat is pretty much like being 15 years old again. I don’t know how being 15 worked out for you, but I’d have to say, without ANY hesitation, that my version of 15 sucked pretty hard. Am I dramatic? Of course, I am. That’s what I sometimes do, though. It’s how I cope. So, you might be wondering specifically in… View Post
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