Three weeks ago, I received a rather disturbing letter from my x-sister-in-law. We used to write a couple of times a year but that hadn't happened in the last two years. The main reason for writing the letter was to tell me all that was going on with them since her father passed away in... Continue Reading →
She has always wanted to be Foreign Exchange Student
My daughter has been talking about becoming a foreign exchange student for as long as I can remember. She had done some extensive research prior to leaving for her summer to Greece. Upon her return, we contacted the Rotary club to get information needed since applications go through them. The lady finally returned my call... Continue Reading →
Whose Mom is older?
My daughter has informed me that there is a game that is played at school. She would win every time if she actually spoke up. She understands that I am much older then the average mother of children her age but she doesn't want to say anything. I'm not sure why that is. Perhaps she... Continue Reading →
Why didn’t he just contact the American Embassy in the first place?
I have been working on this for over two months now, possibly longer. But he never wanted to listen when I told him what needed to be done on his part in order to obtain daughter's passport. He emails to tell me that he has an appointment with the American Embassy on May 26th in... Continue Reading →
Greek Law vs. American Law
I had lived in Greece for many years and had grown accustomed to their way of life. I have had my share of problems when it comes to Greek law, so I know it quite well. I think the most important thing to remember when living overseas is that you have to go by the... Continue Reading →
Update on Hague holdup
Well, my daughter was just informed that there was a Hague stamp that had to be on the paperwork and according to her father; he was getting the run around. He began explaining to her but before he started, she hit record on her phone as she knew he would go into lengthy detail. After he... Continue Reading →