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Moving back. It is not so easy anymore.

We departed London in February 2009 for an adventure, living and working in Switzerland and subsequently in The Netherlands where we still live today. The locations were determined by my work. My wife was born in The Netherlands to a … Continue reading

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Like a Divorce…

France was my home for seventeen years, then a second home for ten. I moved there, having dreamed of doing so since I first visited when I was six. I moved with my husband and dog, and not much money, … Continue reading

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For the love of Karol…

I used to be happy in Poland. Married with 3 children our apartment was not big, but with the little we had I turned it into a loving home for the 5 of us and in all those years we … Continue reading

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Like a Poppy in the Storm

When I first moved to the UK I was apprehensive, because of my country’s history, how would people see me? On Armistice Day I met a veteran, he asked why I didn’t wear a poppy and I explained that it … Continue reading

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Bursting the Bubble

Picture the scene: 25 years. For 25 years we were rubbing along quite happily. I say that, but if I’m honest, the last 5 years or so were somewhat wobbly, to say the least. And yet. When that morning came, … Continue reading

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