I am back in Germany since yesterday with the sole task of finding us a home before our container reaches somewhere in the mid of January… the Full process is all but easy as there are way more applicants than flat available and I am reminded how much I hated this process when I did it the first time in 2011. The sky is no … Continue reading The joy of flat hunting in German metropolis
When my husband and I started dating we would have random Q & A session that would go like this: “Under which circumstances would you consider divorcing me?”, “What do you think is key for a marriage to work?”. While those conversation might seem very trivial and a sure way to keep romance out of a date it really helped us understand how our cultures … Continue reading What marriage means in your culture?
From childhood I had a specific idea of how my wedding day would look like. Of course, at that time I had no way of knowing that the groom would be Indian and that his own wedding day projection would have little in common with mine. As Kedar and I started discussing marriage we quickly realized that one of us would either have to lean … Continue reading International marriage marathon India vs. France
My husband and I moved to the US in September 2017. He got assigned to the US as an expatriate and I agreed to follow him, knowing that I would find my job when we come back to Germany. Since we arrived here everyone as been asking us how we like it here if we found our american dream in Raleigh North Carolina. Now that … Continue reading How is life in America?