I was so excited. This is such a privilege. I can't wait for the day when we can be together every single day!
I've been in Mexico for a whole week, and I go home in 5 days.
But since I have been here, I am a real housewife of Guadalajara.I work at home, while Diego goes to work at Flex. I love it.
My amazing boss has been letting me work remotely in Mexico, which has been the biggest blessing, because I used all my PTO for my modified kidner procedure. But he let me keep my travel plans and work during my trip. THANK YOU!
When people hear about Diego and I's situation, they ask me if I would move here...the answer is yes, absolutely...if I could work for an American company, while in Mexico. I don't know if that is possible. But the past week has been just what the nurse practitioner ordered! I love it here. Mexico is everything! Even though I have been working the whole time I have been here, the pace of life in Mexico is so different than what I am used to, even when you are busy, everything is a lot more relaxed.
All I would need, to be able to live in Mexico would be, an American job/salary (because I have American sized student loans), all my family here with me, a bathtub (in Spanish, a tina), and regular high speed wireless internet, and that's it! That's all I need! Is that too much to ask for? Probably, yes.
My in-laws are the best. My suegra (mother-in-law) has been taking the best care of me. Everyone of my immediate and extended family in-laws have been so good to me. I love them. I want to keep improving my Spanish, so one day, I can talk with them confidently, without feeling the need to say, "do you understand?", after most sentences.
This trip has been so wonderful, I am getting to be with my husband and work, and relax at night. It is amazing! Is this what life is like, when you aren't in school??? Because if so, it's the best.
I am going back home on Sunday....but I don't want to leave. Please don't make me go back to school...
I just want to have fun and be with my spouse. Eventually we will get to do this in the US, which is unreal to me. It might sound crazy, but I don't realize that everyone doesn't get married and live separately for months on end. How the other half live?, am I right?
In summary, Mexico is the best, and don't make me go back home to normal life, please.