It’s amazing to me looking at my life right now, to know that I’m not even close to hitting “the bottom” yet. There are several things that could happen in the next month that could make my life even worse and more stressful. I realize that I’ve been a bit of a debbie-downer lately, and
If you could choose your life over your husband/wife’s life what would you do? Say you were going to send your partner to a country where he could be killed, would you let him go alone? But what if you joining him only posed more of an issue? What if instead of killing him, they
I’m not sure if I’m just adapting to the amount of stress we have right now, or if I’m less stressed. I still get moments of extreme anxiety, but they are getting less and less often, and I feel like I might be able to function normally in the near future. I’m still mailing/e-mailing letters,
Tomorrow’s Monday. I go back to work. Carlos goes back to school. Yet this looming, impending doom hangs over our heads. It’s a fine balance between trying to keep going with life, and preparing mentally for what could happen. Is it possible to prepare? I doubt it. I don’t want to be naive and try
Well it’s been a great day for us in our attempts to keep Carlos in Canada! Today we got a surprise phone call, only 3 days after starting this, from CTV Calgary! They came to the house and interviewed us, we were nervous but I think it went well. We don’t have an air date
Well, in case you only follow my blog and not my Facebook page, yesterday I announced our pregnancy. I did this after a lot of thought about it and I was very hesitant to do so, but Carlos and I really believe that it will improve our chances of Immigration allowing him to stay here.
Although Carlos has been an upstanding “Canadian Citizen” and has paid all taxes, contributed thousands to RRSP’s, always had a job and/or gone to school, has truly been a fabulous example of how immigrants can make Canada a better place, our government has decided that there is not enough proof that his life is in