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The Journey

As you guys can imagine it took a lot of work to get here.  First we sold the house (and everything in it, we wanted a completely fresh start) and moved into a furnished apartment then had to pack everything from there to ship to Dubai then the trip here of course.  Not to mention much more obstacles and life dramas we had to overcome.  But, here we are, and it feels good, no GREAT.

No cell phones yet (we have no one to call), so no texts, not getting the urge to check facebook or any other social media out of habit etc.  Just loads of time to spend together, and of course for me to catch up on the blog while John works from his computer.

Speaking of catching up on the blog there are a few things I know I will not have time to catch up on.

1.  August 11th Amalia turned 5 months!! Happy Birthday baby girl!!!

2.  August 15th our 3 year (not wedding) Anniversary!


We moved on August the 16th.  We actually chose August 10th, I just threw that random date out, but when it came time to book the tickets I realized I wanted more time with the family, so again, we randomly chose the 16th.
What are the chances of 3 years to the date then we wake up the next morning to start a brand new life in a whole new country? Did I mention we are 7,500 miles away?  Scary, but cool.

Okay, the point of this blog.  The Journey.  Yes, blood sweat and tears for many many years, then the grueling packing etc.  Since I have a mac now, and I discovered iMovie... you see where I am going with this.
The camera is supposed to be THE ONE for videos, but clearly it's a bit too fancy for me so I am struggling with figuring out this automatic focus, so excuse how amateur this is.  But please, enjoy!

Click the link below to view:

https://vimeo.com/47816480

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