A decision on your Visa application: (long number thing) has been made by the Norwegian Consulate General in New York.Your processed application has been received at the Norwegian Visa Application Centre and is ready for collection. Please ignore this message if you have opted for courier return. That was the message I received about noon … Continue reading Most Excellent News
Thank you, email account for not judging me for checking my mail every five minutes. I just want that dang email saying discussing my visa and what to do next so bad. Can I go see my hubby yet? I refresh the email account. Nothing.
When I say let's hit 100, I do not mean weather. Around here, Chicago, it has said over 100F already the year. A bit too hot for me! What I mean is 100 followers! I am at 95. So share my posts! Tell your friends! Follow me! Am I begging too much? Probably but go … Continue reading Let’s Hit 100
Story of my Struggle I have been working out for 6 years with no results. I did fad diets and joined an expensive-all-the-works gym. I was misdiagnosed as a type 1 diabetic and got re-diagnosed as type 2 while in Norway. After going to Norway I noticed I the scale moved. I had actually begun … Continue reading Losing Weight 2
This immigration-moving-thing we're doing is proving to be a total pain in the ass and I am relying on family/friends heavily to get through it. I couldn't be doing this without help. In less than a weeks time I will be back in America with my parentals. Haven't lived there in 5 years so it … Continue reading Going back to US of A
There is a pupper I live with named Rappo. This pupper is a an awesomely cute pup. Here is a picture of cute puppers: Unfortunately no Norwegian person will call a dog, pupper. You should probably stop using the word pupper. It means boobs.
Despite airport security thinking my insulin pump was a bomb in Chicago, not being able to bring my black cat with due to a bunch of bullshit papers, and being tired out of my mind- we are safe in Norway. As for my black kitty, Stoner, my fears happened AGAIN. He did not have what … Continue reading First Days in Norway: Part I