This entire process has required me to be patient. It has taught me that even though here in the USA everything we do has a sense of urgency, not everyone in the world lives the same way. We want our food fast, we don't like to wait in lines, the list can go on and on. I started this process in January and anytime I submitted paperwork, I had to wait for it to be processed. After my interview, I had to wait to hear back. I have no problem waiting but I think this next wait I'll have to endure will be the longest but I plan to occupy my time selling everything we're not going to take with us or keep and decluttering our lives so that when we leave the USA we will leave knowing we only have the necessities.
This week has been another week of learning about me. Let's start with the fun stuff.
When I was little I wanted to be a lot of things. I wanted to be a librarian, a cashier, a waitress, a clown fit to be in the circus, and most of all a teacher. This week I was able to check off the very last career I've not yet experienced. A friend of mine asked me to be a server/waitress for a wedding. I didn't want to seem awkward and weird, which is my norm, so I accepted his invitation calm, cool, and collected however my insides were jumping up and down! I'm so glad that my waitress career was so short lived because when I got home my feet were hurting so bad. All in all I enjoyed the night! Not to mention I'm going to the UniverSoul Circus tonight and I could not be any happier because I wanted to join the circus in lieu of going to college. Actually, I could be happier if we were already in the UAE! 😄
Hi! I'm Unique. Follow along with me as I try unique things and travel the world!