Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Last day at work

Well, this is my last day at work, so probably my last post until I'm sitting in a wifi cafe in Portland. There will be more posts to this blog as I decompress this entire experience, remember things I never posted about and upload photos. Although I'm sure that I'm doing the right thing for both R and myself, it was not an easy decision and this is a weird time. All I know for sure is that I won't be spending the rest of my life wondering "what if?" about Fiji.


At 6:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should have no regrets Rose.
It was a big adventure you both undertook. You learned alot and i am sure you will have memories that will serve for a lifetime.
You both gained good experience and great resume material. I think the experience will help you have coping skills in the third world that the states are becoming.
It always helps to be as many steps ahead as possible.
i have had too many beers before our month long cleanse, so i may be waxing a bit in the philosophical, but as you know you are always wanted in your homeland.

At 9:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think you gave it enough time at all. In fact, I'm sure you didn't.
Fiji's not for everyone, though, so you shouldn't have any regrets.

At 9:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

you mean: "What if ... I got conjunctivitis?"

call or email and give me your new coordinates!


At 9:35 PM, Blogger jay said...


It just happens my husband and I are moving to Fiji, he will be working at the University. Is it possible to find out how much you paid for the house, and possibly the contact for the landlady. We are currently living in Tonga.



At 11:32 AM, Anonymous Zen Low said...

Hello, my name is Zen Sing and I live in Nadi, Fiji. I notice that you haven't used your blog for a while now. If you are not using it, would be kind enough to let me utilise it to put travel information about Fiji?
I just thought your blog name was pretty cool.
Please contact me:

zen.low at gmail.com


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