Developments and travel pictures

Guards at a gate

We’ve paid our last NVC-bill, the one for the IV-package. We’ve sent in the last of the paperwork for the IV-package. All we can do now, is wait. Once the NVC checks all our stuff, finds it complete and sends it to the consulate, we can start moving again.

Beloved has had his last day at work, so he’s home too now. I am happy to no longer be responsible for the largest part of house keeping and am curious what it will be like to spend so much time together for the next  month or two.

Next week I’ll join a class on dog behaviorism and body language at the shelter I volunteer at. More quality time with lovable pooches!

We took a trip to Rome with my family and it was great. My feet are still sore. Pictures accompanying this post are from said trip and were all made by my relatives. Please don’t steal them.

I’m negotiating a freelance writing project, which I hope pans out.

I’ve heard rumors about my resume traveling the US and going interesting places (like Stanford *squee*).

Next week we’ll organize an Open House to attract someone to buy our house from us. Fingers crossed on that one.

Inside the Colosseum

Saint Angelo’s castle

The Trevi Fountains

Tasty foods

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3 Responses to “Developments and travel pictures”


  1. 1 Amanda April 5, 2013 at 7:18 am

    Hoping everything goes smoothly from here! How exciting! And Rome in the Spring sounds so perfect!

    • 2 thesmittenimmigrant April 5, 2013 at 7:47 am

      Rome is a dramatically gorgeous city. But Rome during Easter weekend is also totally overcrowded (overtouristed, more like) and hard to fully enjoy. I hope to get a chance to return at a quieter time, because I’ve not even seen (and tasted!) 10% of what that city has to offer.

  2. 3 Daria April 6, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    Beautiful pics ❤ And exciting to hear everything is moving forward! Do you think you'll still be here around june 15th, or will you be gone already? On account of birthday-plans of mine 😉


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