Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Moving to Düsseldorf

I am moving to Neuss, actually, which is close to Düsseldorf, enough so that I can take public transport in and out when I'd like. I'm moving there on Saturday for another aupair position. I met the family on Monday and spent the night at their place. They seemed like good enough people and like I could get along with them like family. Here's a list of some things that I'm looking forward to about my new job:
  • better salary
  • getting my German courses paid for
  • speaking only German in the household
  • age of the kids: boys. 5 and 13.
  • giving them swimming lessons
  • They've family in Aachen = free transport, baby!
  • 1hr drive to Aachen
  • change is good?
I was talking to Dad last night about it and when he asked me what my gut felt like, I said, "It feels like logic on the one hand and love on the other." I love Aachen and my friends here so so much. They've been my family. I hope that they know how much they've meant to me, especially during these tough times. I love them so hard, like a bear loves honey, and I just hope that they'll be around when I come back for visits.


Tim said...

Wow, good luck and everything! I hope it goes well for you.

Much love,

Mandie P said...

umm just cause you move doesn't mean you are getting rid of me... no worries you know I'll be visiting Dusseldorf and you always have a place here!

Regina said...

great news, rach
I look forward to talking to you soon.

max said...

Yea for Rachie!

You're bold and empowered girl. Plus you're on the Rhine. If the Dead loved it, so will you.

Can't wait to see you!

Anonymous said...

Rachel. UPDATE YOUR SILLY BLOG (or call me / message me) so I can hear about your fantastic oversea adventures.