The (hopefully) final try to restore back my blogging past, where I used to keep a track of our being and surviving in UK right after moving here from (both) of our motherlands. The original blog disappeared and more than two years of blogging and articles went in vain.
Moving from Britain to Kuwait can be equally adventurous and I can hopefully somehow capture in words (and perhaps even pictures) how it goes, and how do I adapt to the life in a very different country than is Czech Republic or even United Kingdom.
Who are we?
Me, my husband and my daughter. Um Abbas the wife; Abdullah the husband, and Dori, my 5 years old daughter.
Having tried difficulties and joys of living together in other country, I used to keep a track of our way through here in my old blog hosted at the same domain name, which (the blog) unfortunately for not-really-backuping me disappeared to somewhere unknown between December and January 08/09.
I lost many articles and left without a back up, I don’t really feel like re-writing it all over again, more for the reason, that I can’t really remember all the feelings and impressions of life in a new, left-sided country, and of at that time quite fresh relationship with a middle-eastern man. So if looking for particular reminders of my life in UK with my husband, browse in the category “Memories”, if you’re lucky enough, I might update it time to time when I feel like reminiscing.
PS.: The articles and posts written on this site (umabbas.net) state most likely my own opinions and thoughts and therefore do not claim to be an absolute truth, source to be quoted as truth nor being really right in what I claim in particular article. In case of stating anything from other sources, sites, books, persons, I always put a reference to an article or quote.
Also, my English keeps on being rather miserable, so I beg your pardon in case of typos, wrong grammar and spelling and commonly sentences which do not make much sense to anybody but me.
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