OK So I'm not usually one to ask for assistance
Sunday, January 29, 2006

All right folks here's the deal:

I need any wisdom that people above, below or at my years can give me.

As I've mentioned I'm moving to the core (Well British Columbia, Canada anyway) Because that's where my fiancee is now what I'm thinking is this:
If I get him to sponsor me it's going to be a pain if I can't find work?
If I go over on a work visa and have a job well what if we have to live far apart?
What if none of this works and I have to stay on the ruttin rim?

I know that there are people out there that are wiser and maybe even some Vancouver Browncoats that can give some leads on work **Looks pleadingly**

It's just I'm starting to really worry about this, I miss him *SO* much and I just want to be there already so I need ideas people, please help out a fellow Brown Coat

Thanks everyone for reading this, it means the world to a girl- and to all of those out there who have been constant in their support thank-you even more.


Monday, January 30, 2006 2:51 AM


I never though I'd say htis (it's kinda like agreeing with Jayne) but ditto CaptBryan's remarks!!!

You obviously care about your fiancee, so go out there and give it a go.

If it all works out, fantastic, but if it doesn't, chalk it up to experience........

Wherever you go, and whatever you do, put your all into it. Enjoy all you can out of life. Everything you experience will contribute to making you the person that you are......

Not everyone gets to experience living, working or studying in another country. So go, be open to new experiences and friendships, and HAVE FUN!!! (I've had the joy and pleasure of working on a summer camp in Ohio USA, studying part of my degree in New Hampshire USA, and volunteering with a charity in Malawi, Central Africa!!) It's a whole lot different to just being on holiday. You make good friendships and may even be invited to spend some time in people's homes. Canadians are so friendly!! I got invited to spend Thanksgiving with a family whose parents had emigrated from Britain. It was just lovely experiencing thanksgiving with a family..... we don't have that holiday in Britain.

Just screw up your courage, go, enjoy, & have fun!!!! You'll never know if it could have worked unless you try!!! And if you get homesick, there's email, snail mail and phones!!! Let us know what happens!!!

Monday, January 30, 2006 12:32 AM


I dont wanna give you words that nomaly would come to this catigory...but it is true

All will be that is to be.

This is a hard thing to swallow but if it works out that you can be with your fiancee that will be great and perfect...this is what I hope for you...
but if it dont then that is sad and bad...

What ever happens ST dont be discouraged have faith that a better thing awaits you...

Sorry I cant tell the future for you...but I can say a prayer or two.


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