My Favorite Place in the World

I love it because my fiance lives there. Someday I will live there too. God willing and Immigration officials are kind.

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9 thoughts on “My Favorite Place in the World

  1. Bonus, you will live near a zoo! You’re just showing off… :^)

  2. The zoo was the first thing I noticed too! I didn’t realize you two are officially affianced. That’s wonderful news.

  3. Hello! Yes, Reg and I are officially going to be hitched in December. He was going to come here to stay, but he’s still got gigs booked and can’t quite bring himself to retire from music just yet. That’s ok. I’m ready for my grand adventure now! 🙂

  4. “He was going to come here to stay, but he’s still got gigs booked and can’t quite bring himself to retire from music just yet. That’s ok. I’m ready for my grand adventure now!”
    In a long distance relationship where both parties want to get rid of the distance, someone has to jump. We both mused unquantifiably about each other’s pros and cons, while knowing that, in the end, the whole point about a “grand adventure” is trading the known for the unknown. There will always be things that are “wrong”, whoever jumps; although, from a comfortable consumerist perspective we often say “wrong” when we mean less than ideal. All good adventures need some magic, and we look to love and being together to provide a view shift towards all the things that are right with it.

    To prove I’m a true local, I don’t think I’ve ever visiteed the zoo here. It’s probably time I did, if only to commiserate with creatures who have being gawped at thrust upon them.

    Thanks for the congratulations Sungold. You’ve had a role in all this in making feminism a matter of education for this male, rather than intimidation.

    Exciting times, but I can always wake up and smell the zoo if I start getting above myself.

    When it contains my favourite person, this will be my favourite place too.

  5. “When it contains my favourite person, this will be my favourite place too.” Does that mean I have to live in the zoo? Some people think that’s the best place for me. (smile) That’s ok. I’m quite ready to take on the great adventure. It’s a mutual admiration society dear.

  6. I was in Germany when I met my mate, so I’d already “jumped,” so to speak. We ended up in the U.S. in part because that’s where we had the best chance of both being able to work in our fields – and in part because that’s where luck led us. Ironically, he has a better, more secure job than I do. There have been times when he second-guessed the decision to move here, but at least for now, I think we’re both pretty happy about it.

    I don’t know anything about British immigration law, but I assume that getting married will simplify things for you two, as it would if you were both in the U.S. The law is far more accommodating to spouses and children than to other immigrants. Hopefully you won’t have any real hassles with the bureaucracy. If you do, they’ll provide fodder for your blogging!

    Wishing you two lots of love and happiness!
    Sungold

  7. Oh dear. Sloppy use of that word “it”. You don’t have to live in the zoo. No “do not feed the animals” notices. We’re allowed to feed each other.

  8. Thank you very much Sungold. It’s already been quite a journey for both of us, and we haven’t really started yet.

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