In a few days I will be headed home to the UK, and I can’t wait. The best thing is always that moment when I finally exit UK Immigration and look through the sea of faces for That One. :) Yeah, home is really where the heart is. I have been musing today about how little I blog while I am in Chicago, or while travelling around the States. I seem to dive in getting my nose dirty in books and papers, catching up with friends, finding ways to bask in the new and get back in the groove of the familiar, running around doing 3,000 things. In short, I blog less wearing my “Miss Chicago hat” than when I am on the other end of the Atlantic “missing Chicago”. Which really makes me think whether this whole blog needs a change of direction. I have ideas swimming in my head. And re-packaging, and a new related blog which may involve providing my loyal readership of four (one of whom is my husband) with US Immigration and Nationality laws tidbits and updates, may be forthcoming. Oooh, lucky you. (really….).
On a side note, I have a professional collaboration possibility in the UK the off-ing. It’s not employment, and at this point in my life, anyway, “employment” is not something I am interested in. (Did I tell you my Indian name was “Bindher Dandhat”?) I like the freedom of being on my own. I got an (unexpected) invite from them, but the proposal on paper seems ideal. The talks are scheduled for the day after I arrive in the UK. I take the train to London the next day, and am keeping my fingers crossed on that one. My Jewish and Chinese sides tell me to keep all other details under wraps. Wish me luck. :)