I’ve told you over and over, about the loneliness of living abroad, how you miss your family and friends and how difficult is to dive inside the country’s culture and social life. Nevertheless, above all the difficulties I can call myself really lucky, because of His family and His mother. First at all, She is a Lady with a great, very English type of humour. Then she adopted me with all my family, she has got now a granddaughter and grandson, a granddog and a mother of the bride. I can totally tell you that she is taking her roll pretty serious, inviting everyone of them, separately to dinner and to walks, calling and keeping the connection alive, being in the same time extremely cautious not to intrude. She is speaking several languages, but since Romanian was not one of them, She didn’t have any problems in starting learning it. ”It is so close to Latin” she said, so with no hesitation she started to correspondence with my mother in Romanian.
It sounds unbelievable, but everything is truth!
So, Happy mother’s day, E.! Here’s the stone-flowers that your son planted in our garden for us… And a song for you 🙂