For all people who permanently accuse me of being lazy, or more specifically of being “the laziest girl ever”,
For my parents and relatives who lay the blame on me round-the-clock because I tend to slack off,
For all the girls who are harshly criticized day and night for being indolent,
For my husband: don’t worry, you’ll eat, wear ironed suits and enameled shoes, and lay your head on a clean and fresh pillowcase 😛
For all of you, I decided to write this article and I invite you to read it.
Continue reading “I am not lazy, you offered me everything!”
All I wanted last Christmas was you;
All I want this Christmas is not you! Continue reading “All I Want for Christmas is NOT YOU!”
Have you ever thought of the level of creativity that a tree can generate?
Well, it is quite high! Continue reading “Our First Christmas Tree”
8 ways to surviving the cultural shock in Montreal:
We all know that immigration is a true separation: we leave our parents, our brothers, our sisters, our relatives and friends; however, it’s an integration in a very new world that has nothing to do with our beloved or disliked nations of origin. It’s one of the greatest alterations in one’s lifestyle (well, I think that marriage is even greater), as it may generate an inexorable desperation if integration strays on the wrong way. Generally, cultural shock lasts between 2 and 6 years; thus, it should be accompanied with a touch of toleration and a taste of maturation.
Continue reading “Unlocking the Cultural Shock”
April is known everywhere to be autism awareness month, in which many activities and conferences are held to objectively deploy consciousness and apprehend orientation. However, as we act dy…
Source: Make Sense… Through a Different Lens!
April is known everywhere to be autism awareness month, in which many activities and conferences are held to objectively deploy consciousness and apprehend orientation. However, as we act dynamically this month, we should do the same every day.
Continue reading “Make Sense… Through a Different Lens!”