To be honest, I am very interested is seeing what the experience of "returning to the homeland" will be like. To be in a place where my name is "normal" and my religion is common. Wil I feel completely out of place as an English speaker or will I feel like I am among my own? I guess to a large extent that will be determined by the additudes of the people I meet. Which, I guess, is why I asked the question.
Well when i visit Poland my family and people that i meet for the first time always refer to me as being a "kanadyjczyk" (canadian).
Also, on my last trip to poland i watched a court tv program where a pole (who spent 2 years working in england) was on trial for a crime in poland. All members of the court as well as the witnesses referred to him as an "anglik" even though he was fluent in polish while his english was barely understandable (he threw in a few english words/phrases during the trial for some strange reason).
Don't be surprised if you don't feel "at home." Though this my change if you stay in the country for a longer period of time.