I’m Lisa and well, I’m a Canadian in the UK.
Originally from Thunder Bay, Ontario, I spent my last 17 years in Canada living in Manitoba. And then in 2010 my two daughters moved to Plymouth, England.
I should mention we hadn’t actually been to England before moving here and we didn’t know anyone here. Crazy, eh? Thinking back I thiI think so too, moving to England was actually our first time in England that we didn’t know anyone here. Looking back, I have no idea how we did that, we were either crazy or brave or a bit of both.
Fast Anyway, fast forward 7 years and we are all still here, all happy and living normal, happy lives. We even all live in nice houses. We are now British Citizens.
I remember when we first arrived, I never felt more out of place in all my life, though most people spoke to me in English, I couldn’t understand most of what they said to me – I just couldn’t get my head around the accents. And what they called things and how they pronounced stuff.
Hence my reasonings for putting this together. I remember trying to google this and goole that and visitng forums etc looking for info etc. So it’s all here, all the tings I can remember having to sort out when we moved here.
If there is anything specific that I haven’t covered feel free to drop me a line and I’ll help in whatever way I can and remember…..
‘Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe’. – Gail Devers