As you know, my son is half-Indian and half-Polish (well, he is British in reality :P). He is a mixed child and his personality totally reflects that. He has got a lof of Polish habits, but his hot Indian blood tries the best to be the most visible 🙂 Well, even his British side fights hard to be there noticeable 😛 Tough life 😛Read More
Expats are North Americans, Europeans and Australians, while Asians, Middle Easterns, Africans and South Americans are mostly considered as immigrants. A highly educated PhD academic from India will be a highly qualified immigrant in Europe whereas a German worker (bartender) or a British retired person in Thailand will be always regarded as expats.
Do you agree with it?
Imagine, you have never been to India before. You are a foreigner, possibly European/American/Australian. You have just landed at one of the airports in India. You are quite tired after a lengthy journey, but excited and ready for a holiday or a business trip. After walking quite a long distance you get stuck in a queue to passport control counter. You feel like half of the world wants to enter India today and everybody chose the same port of entry like you. Anyways, after a while you get the stamp in your passport. Then you collect your luggage, go to the toilet and start noticing…Read More
“Be thankful for what you have. Your life, no matter how bad you think it is, is someone else’s fairytale”.
Wale AyeniRead More
On this Valentine’s Day, I want to ask you a question.
How did you know she/he is THE ONE?
Did you know that immediately- love at first sight? Or just one meeting and getting to know her/him was enough? Or it took you few weeks/months to understand she/he is the one? Or maybe your relationship has evolved from friendship to love?
Whatever is your story, I’m sure it’s amazing, unique and special. Every love story is 🙂
Do you wonder how I knew I found my other half? Well… At first, I didn’t have a clue he is THE ONE! I was spending summer abroad, working at the college…Read More
I’ve just dropped my mum off at the airport. It looked like a casual drop off. I do it quite often in the year. Going to airport and saying bye to my mum is like a monthly trip to Smyths (toy shop)- nothing really special. Luckily, my mum visits us few times a year, plus sometimes my dad joins her. Besides that, my mum-in-law flies whenever she can. Overall, welcomes and goodbyes at the airport aren’t extraordinary or deeply emotional for us. I’m really happy we feel like that because it means our goodbye is never for long 🙂 However, something has happened today…Read More
As you know- I’m Polish woman married to Punjabi man. Together we create Polish-Punjabi fabulous fusion 🙂
This year, we celebrate 10 years as a couple so I’ve had enough time to learn few things about Punjabis 🙂 In fact, I have developed the whole New Punjabi Alphabet.Read More
In the second part of our interview we talk a lot about family, traditions, food, languages and raising our Fabian as multicultural & multilingual child. You can find out how we go through life as fabulous fusion 🙂Read More
To kick off this year with a big bang I invite you to listen to the inteview with me and my husband. We have been interviewed by lovely Aman Kaur. She runs a weekly podcast dedicated to the stories of interracial marriages.
If you want to know more about me, my family, our life, our love and overall about our fabulous fusion, please click….
Halloween is always celebrated on the 31st of October- one day before All Saints’ Day (All Hallows’ Day). People of all ages dress up in scary/fancy/funny costumes and most of them attend various parties.
All Saints’ Day on the 1st of November is annual public holiday in Poland. Poles go to cemeteries, visit graves of their deceased family members and friends, lay flowers, light candles and pray for the dead.