Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Back in France

We finished our vacations and we are finally arrived in Nantes.

It was a very tough separation this time with my family in Malaysia. Throughout the whole wedding planning and execution, plus providing the logging and bringing the guests around, you can see the powder of a united family. Without them, things would be a lot more complicated and time and cost consuming.

This time, it took me a lot of time to cry in the plane to have to accept the reality that I'm leaving a bunch of people who love me, and back to a country where there's nothing much waiting for me.

Anyway, I will try to update our days in Malaysia plus photos.


  1. Aww, sweetie - I know life in France is hard, but you have your husband here and a new French family (who sound like they adore you). And I bet they understand you better now, having visited your country and learned a little about where you come from.

  2. For me, there's a different between conditional love and unconditional love. The relationship I have with my in-laws is depend on the relationship between my husband and me.

  3. Anonymous8:19 AM

    It's always hard coming back from a holiday especially when you've spent lots of time with family and friends who've known you for a long time. Don't worry, before you know it, you'll be struggling to leave France as well because of your family and friends here. Hang in there and I'm looking forward to seeing your photos!

  4. It's nice you get to move to Australia. We thought of moving but don't know where is best for two of us. I think if I get to work I might join in the society more easily.

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  6. Anonymous9:29 AM

    Yeah, I hate to say it but it does make a difference when you have a job. For the first 6 months that I was here, I really really struggled, was super homesick and ready to go home at the drop of a hat. Then after lots and lots of applications, I managed to find a job and it helped me feel more confident. Plus you get to meet more people as well. Though I also did this french class and met lots of people through that as well. It just takes time to adjust (I'm sure everyone tells you that!). But I have to admit that I found it a lot harder to adjust here than in London or Canada - probably a language thing.
    Now I'm finding it hard to leave and am worried about having to start all over again in Australia! The grass is always greener....

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