Today i celebrate 9 years with the love of my life. joe falconi where have the last 9 years gone. 4 homes, three countries, two kids, and two dogs.
wow. i am truly blessed to call you my husband, best friend, father to our two amazing kids, and my rock.
these last two weeks have been rough but you have been right by my side through it all. happy anniversary my love. i can’t wait to celebrate in italy this week.
you will always have my heart! 💕 #9years#happyanniversary#myman#loveofmylife❤ #cheerstomanymore🍻 #italyherewecome🇮🇹 #🇨🇦🇧🇪🇨🇭#mymcmeveryday#whatiwouldgive #love#myeverything💕 #myrock#expatlife#livingsbroad #livinginswitzerland#celebrations#canadians#cantwait#healthylifestyle #healthcouple#gettingthere@falcs44
I love to have dreams and goals in my life.
moving to the us and now to hawaii were big dreams, that trough hard work, luck and preparation became possibilites and then realities.
but what i’m realizing in this journey is that making a dream come true does not mean that you are done. it feels to me that just another door opens in front of me and then i start to dream again, but this time dreams that before i would never imagine possible.
for me that’s the beauty of dreaming. there are so many things in the world available to us, we just need ask and work for it. i deeply believe on that.
now i have another big dream, to become the best version of myself and to inspire and support immigrant women on their transitions. i don’t know exactly how this dream will come true, but i’m working on it and taking one step at the time.
what’s your dream? say it out loud! ask for it! but be prepared, because once you do it, they will become true!
Transitions are so enriching but are hard.
after we sold and donated almost everything that we had, we moved bringing just 4 suitcases and three medium boxes. when we landed in hawaii, i thought: uff, we moved! the cycle is closed. i’m so naive sometimes 😅. actually, the transition had just began. now we have to find a place to live! it’s not being easy and in the end we still feel in the limbo. we don’t know anyone here yet, we are not part of the community and barely know the places where to shop, to go, to eat.
hawaii is being gentle with us so far, but the journey of moving has just began.
how was your transition when you decided to live abroad?