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Prague: a view in Old Town Square

Prague: a view in Old Town Square

Wow, how time flies. I cannot believe it was 1 year ago today that I hopped on a plane to Europe; having said goodbye to a good job, great friends and wonderful family. My American life whittled down and crammed into 3 apple green suitcases. I had 3 alternative plans tucked in my back pocket. Although not certain what lie ahead, my spirit knew that my life would not stay in Gothenburg. I kept hearing in my mind, “there are great things for you in Prague…” As planned, I left the USA on 29 March, arrived in Gothenburg on 30 March, then left on 26 May to come to Prague to earn my CertTESOL (English teaching) certificate.

What wasn’t exactly planned was whether I would choose Plan A, B, or C to move forward. Day-by-day the plans would jockey for primary position. Until one day, life events made the choice clear.

So after some self-reflection and 3 job offers (2 to teach and one a complete surprise to do what I did back home) here I am, living out Plan B, and enjoying every moment of it. Peeling back the layers slowly to uncover what those “great things” are.

Please bear with me as I catch up on posting. Do subscribe, share or bookmark me though because I have SO much to share with you. Prague is an amazing city. A gloriously ancient and historic place with a twist of modernity. I am enjoying getting to know the place.