40 and in Full Swing!

I’ve been really bad at posting for awhile now. Honestly, there was so much going on, that I was actually enjoying my life and failed to write about it. But now, I’ve settled into my new phase and while still enjoying it immensely, it’s no longer so chaotic and I’m inspired about my direction in life.

My last post was about getting a new job, going on vacation for the first time in awhile, and feeling empowered. Since then, I’ve been with my company for about 1.5 years, created a successful professional impression with my colleagues, and made friends.

My personal life is also bringing me joy. Hubs and I flew my mom in for a visit last summer – that’s going to have to be a post in it’s self! I had so much fun as my mom was here and I loved showing her my new city.  As the weather warms up, I’m starting to think, ‘How possible is it get her back here again this summer?’

Hubs & I also went on vacation to The Canary Islands with friends & it was to die for! Black sand, amazing seafood, ridiculously beautiful environment, and the feeling of freedom. That’ll also be another post.  We spent quite a bit of time with them this year and it’s been nice to develop friendships. Actually, instead of packing for a ski vacation I’m about to go on with them tomorrow, I got the drive to finally post again. So sweet & short, here’s a quick montage of life up to now.

Talk to you soon…

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About A Bahamian In Austria

I am a Bahamian woman, married to an Austrian man, who's been freshly transplanted to Vienna. I started writing this blog when a dear friend insisted that I had to write down my experiences. At best it'll update my buddies on my crazy-going-ons and at least, it'll keep me from stalking them online (LOL). I hope you enjoy :D
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5 Responses to 40 and in Full Swing!

  1. Glad to see you back. Look forward to hearing more about your adventures.

  2. Marsha says:

    Those figs look amazing! In fact all the photos are lovely. I can imagine how great it was to have your Mom visit and for you to show her how at home you are in Vienna. My parents came out to Austria for my wedding and showing them around the city, especially as it was summer, opened my eyes afresh to how impressive it is.

    • Those figs were unlike anything I could’ve imagined – intensely sweet! Wish I could plant one in my garden, lol.
      I had the same experience you did as my mom was here – experiencing Europe through her eyes renewed my enthusiasm for the country as well. An unexpected gift!

  3. Jose Sola says:

    Hi , It’s been a while since last time we chatted. I hope to see your posts again this year. But never forget that enjoying life is much better than writing about it.

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