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Hello lovelies,
How have you all been? Its been a while now since I read your blogs and interacted with you. Actually got really busy with the job and also there's a big internet problem here. I am lucky today that it's working. About my job- it's too busy and hectic, but I love being busy after a long time. It feels great right now! The only thing I don't like is the food here. It's a big culture flip for me, and I am just not used to this food and weather. But, I am trying my best to adjust. And I am keeping my fingers crossed to get posted after 3 months, to one of the good places. Wish me luck sweeties.
I'll be bit busy here, but I'll try my best to keep up to date...
Love to you all.

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  1. Good luck! I'm glad to see you're doing well :)

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  2. I'm glad you like your new job and I hope that you will get used to the food or it gets better soon!

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  3. Well done for making the move. The food always tastes a bit funny in a new place I think. No internet sucks a little though!
    Kara*

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  4. It has been my experience, that you have to give each place at least one year before truly making your mind up about it. My last move, was not one I wanted to make, to a city I had never really like before...but after just a year, I fell in love and found a new place to call 'home' :) Good luck to you!!!!!

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  5. cook your own food and good luck!

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  6. i am so proud of you for having the courage to take on this huge adventure. Really glad to hear that you like your new job and I'm sure you'll fall in love with the place soon. I tagged you for an award on my blog a while black. (the beautiful blogger award.)

    xoxoxo

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  7. I've been behind on checking blogs too (like- WAY behind). Hope to see your comments on my blog again soon.

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