Would you believe that in the last dew days, I have been approached by two different US production companies asking me if I'd be interested in doing a TV show on American expats? Both found me through this blog! It's crazy! I didn't think too many people read my blog! Unfortunately, one was about American expats with businesses and the other was looking for people who have bought a house in the last year. I don't qualify for either. I told them that if they ever want to do a show about an stay at home mom expat who nearly nine years on, still struggles to fit in socially and would like nothing more than to move back to the US - I'm their girl!
My in-laws just left after a five day visit. I don't mind it being a five day visit, but then again, five days of your house not being your own is always a bit unsettling and although I don't look forward to their departure when they are here, I can't say I'm sad to have things go back to normal. As a treat for my son's birthday, we took him to the Museum of Natural History in London on Thursday. He chose to go because we took him last year (he's been crazy about dinosaurs since he was three years old). They give out adventure packs at the museum which consist of a back pack, safari hat, and binoculars with an adventure to follow during their visit. The back pack has clues in it to solve a mystery. Last year it had a dinosaur claw, a tooth and a sample of dinosaur skin he had to match up to one on display. He had a great time solving the mystery and even remembered which dinosaur it ended up being. Last year's trip was wonderful. We walked right in,