We are here, so now what. It certainly doesn't end when you get there. The fact that my husband already had a job promised (as soon as we get the visa) dictated quite a lot on where we would be living so we decided we would look for houses around that area which was Caboolture, [...]
Australia stories – The journey and arrival
After about 6 months we got the email from the immigration office that they are getting closer in granting the PR Visa. At that time if you fulfilled all the requirements (of which the most important one was the qualification for a skilled occupation category) it was very unlikely that you would not get the [...]
Australia Stories – The visa
The Virus Diary – Month 23 Infection
For almost two years you live in the fear of it. At first is the fear of the unknown. Then the fear of what you know. After that the fear of being tired of it until the realisation of the inevitable comes. No matter how many vaccines you get or how much time passes we will most likely all end up getting it before it fades away. I am about to find out how it affects me...
The Virus Diary – Month 18 Healing process
Bottom of the wave There is beauty in the nature It has been interesting to follow your mind and how it works in situations like this. First you convince yourself that nothing's changed ,everything is just fine because you have to. It's a way of surviving, it's a way of managing the situation. The truth [...]
Training – Other interests 01-02/21
The Virus Diary – Month 16 – Vaccinated, check!
The Virus Diary – Month 14 – Light at the end of the tunnel
It's been so many months since we hit the second wave here in Finland. First we thought that things were getting better but then we quickly noticed that it was actually getting worse. Case amounts rose steadily to amounts higher than ever during the pandemic early this year. Me and my daughter on a picnic. [...]