Thursday, April 7, 2011

Duda / Doubt

Hace ya algunos meses en mi cabeza esta rondando la idea de un cambio pero, no es un cambio de imagen sino de país. Yo entiendo que las cosas y la economía está difícil en cualquier lugar más sin embargo, creo en que una persona debe luchar por lo que quiere. Aquí, la economía está extremadamente dura y solo reciben "beneficios" cierto grupo de la población que dejenme decirles, están muy saludables, visten con ropa de moda y las mujeres tienen unas manicuras y unos "looks" envidiables. Creánme que sí yo fuese la encargada de regular ese tipo de leyes haría muchos cambios pero, bueno sigamos con mi tema. En fin, mi cambio como les dije podría implicar un cambio de país. Ahora bien, alguna de ustedes puede ofrecerme información sobre los lugares de donde viven. En mi caso (irónico por que aunque de vez en cuando cometa errores) entiendo dos idiomas y me defiendo pero, me preocupa un poco el sistema de enseñanza para las niñas, tienen alguna sugerencia. Si quieren pueden enviar sus sugerencias a mi correo electrónico.


Annie


For several months now, the idea of a change is in my head but, is not a change of image but of country. I understand that the economy and other things are difficult everwhere but anyway, I believe that a person should fight for what it wants. Here, the economy is extremely hard and the only ones who receive "benefits" are certain group of the population that let me tell you they are very healthy, they dress with fashionable clothes and the women have some manicures and some "looks" to envy them. Believe me if I were the responsible of controlling that type of laws I would make many changes but, let's continue with my thing. In short, my change as I told you could imply a change of country. Can someone offer me information on the places of where we could live. In my case (ironic because although I occasionally make some mistakes) I understand two languages and I can handle the situation but, i'm worried about the educational system for the girls, any suggestions?.


If you want, please send your suggestions to my e-mail.


Annie

11 comments:

Caroline said...

Big decision, I'll be praying for you!

Btw, I appreciate all your comments on my blog. I am sorry I am not as good at commenting. I enjoy your blog, but commenting is my downfall, sorry! Just want you to knoe I am still here! :)

Jamie said...

Where do you want to go? The states are nice, but it is all in what you put into it...Although, I would love to have you as a neighbor...
Many prayers will be lifted for you...email me if you want to discuss further. I am always here.
Big HUG!!!

Tamela said...

Wow, huge decision. I will be praying for you to get some guidance. I live in the states and I love it, but as with any new place it can take some major adjusting.

P.S. Love the new layout!

The Smiths said...

Thinking of you, Annie.
The states are nice...not the same as other places..but you make the best of what you have. FLorida is definitely not the state to move to right now...they are still in recession...I am in Texas. It's nice here, cost of living is fairly inexpensive..but we are looking for an increase in fresh meats and produce, soon. So, I don't know how that will effect us all.

Deanna said...

Interesting decision you have on your hands! It's scary, but could be an exciting adventure for your family too. I don't have any advice...I have never lived anywhere else. I will be praying for you and your family as you make decisions though!

Malena said...

Annie, I hope you find some clarity. I always tell my husband that I am willing to move anywhere - anywhere where he has a job. It seems cost of living is less down south, up here near NYC it's high - BUT, you can make more money too. Next time we move I will definitely make sure we move to a great school district. If you look on realtor.com for example, they'll show you the school ratings near a property.
I wish you the best of luck! HUGS!

Heather said...

Wow, Annie. I will be sending prayers your way as you think about this big decision.

I think that you'll do great wherever you end up. When you have a great family surrounding you, you can eventually make any new place "home".

Thinking of you...

Jill said...

I'm sorry that you're thinking of having to make a change like this, but I can understand what you are saying.

As far as where to go, I don't think I can offer much help. I don't think our Canadian winters would be a good way to ease out of your warm climate.

Steph said...

Been thinking about you after I read this post. I know that stirring feeling inside when you want a change. You know where I loved...Omaha, Nebraska! My parents lived there for 7 years and I loved to visit there, summer and winter. Though it snows in the winter and is humid in the summer, I thought the people were so friendly. I felt my parents were well-taken care of by their new friends. It has been another 7 years since they moved back to California so I don't know what it is like now, but back then I really liked it there. Best of luck!

Jeremi said...

this is big, annie -- been thinking of you since i first read this post. we would LOVE to have you in minnesota of course : ) the winters are long and cold, but the school systems are really good and do a great job with kids learning english. email me if you want : )

sorry it's taken me a while to comment here, we have had so much going on lately i read quick on the blogs i like and wind up getting back later to comment ....

Mighty M said...

I hope you are able to find some direction!