Moving abroad is terrifying. It’s isolating and it’s hard. While it’s so easy to take a million beautiful photos of this city and fill instagram and Facebook with celebratory updates, in real life I’ve been ridden with a sometimes crippling anxiety since the moment my plane touched down at Gatwick.
With only two weeks left in this fair freezing city of Toronto, I thought it was time to take note of the places and spaces that have become my spots over the decade I’ve called this collection of streets and buildings and people home.
I called Her Majesty’s Passport Office. I had been checking in so often that I expected nothing from the phone call. In fact, I was only calling to make 100% sure they had my new phone number on file, you know, in case they needed to call me and ask for 235 more documents…
Part One of Rachael’s Wedding Blog Series: “I will go through some of the challenges that I faced while planning for and booking an off-the-beaten-path destination wedding, starting with the major pros and cons.”