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India Week #001

Adventures of an American Traveler

The biggest lesson I’ve learned by living abroad for the last four years is the importance of communication. ~Hidetoshi Nakata

pune_indiaI have now been living in India for an entire week. Previously, I was in India for a week twice and two weeks once.  Those times felt very different. They were short term engagements, temporary, more like dating than being married. Those business trips were short term. If something wasn’t working physically, emotionally then it was only going to be a few days to a week and I would be back home. A one night stand. A quickie. Wham bam thank you ma’am.

Now, I am resident in India. I am here for the long haul. There is no chicken shit divorce way of backing out of my commitment. Not that I would want to back out. The mindset is to make it work for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness…

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