Ok funny thing happened the other day I just have to share. I was on the bus and at this particular stop there was a very old lady walking with a cane, slowly getting on the bus. Apparently the bus driver did not see that she was not all the way in the bus and he closed the doors. Well the lady's foot got stuck in the door and she started yelling "JEZUS JEZUS JEZUS!" So the driver opens the door and the lady starts to fall out of the bus backwards. I jumped forward and grabbed her arm. I then helped her into the bus. Upon her getting her balance she RIPPED her arm out of my hand and said something in Polish started shaking her head and sat down.....WTF? lol:)
Please tell me why the older people push like hell to get out of the bus, like they are in such a hurry and then walk slow as heck when they get out?? Just an observation.
So the family is putting there lives back together and things seem to be getting back to some sort of regular. The task of going through all of Grandpa's stuff is still ahead. One step at at time.
Things between my wife and I are proving to be harder than I had thought it would be. Basically, all of her family is right, no matter what they do and I am wrong. but we are working on it and I hope things will turn back around soon. I swear, I am adjusting better than she is to Poland! (except for the food( I really am having trouble with that one), but again,working on it) One thing she keeps complaining about is a car. SHE WANTS TO BUY A CAR ! AND THAT'S FINAL. I do not want one. I am the guy that has trouble walking (getting better since I walk so much) I just think Europe, more specifically, Gdynia looses some of it's charm when you take away the mass transportation. I like memorizing the bus numbers and where each goes, the schedule for each bus, People watching on the bus, etc. It's fun!
Thank you for coming and sharing your time in our country.
Thank you for having me !
Your wife is lucky
Please tell her that !
Im wondering any plan to move back to US and get on to continue with your business as now the reason to be in Poland father-in-law is no more? .....
We will move back to the US but we are going to stay for a while to help Grandma , We knew he was not going to make it for long, so part of the reason for coming was to help after he passed.
Until next time!