Georgians in America, Part II

A funny thing happens when you spend four and half years living in a foreign country--you start seeing it everywhere you go.  Some instances are deliberate: Scanning the stage of the Miss Universe Pageant to find Miss Georgia (Yes, I watched a few minutes of the Miss Universe Pageant).  Others instances are foisted upon you by … Continue reading Georgians in America, Part II

Advertisements

Funemployed: The End

The past few weeks have been extremely bittersweet for me.  The short version is this: I got a job!  In the US!  But I have to leave Georgia!  And my friends and kittens! The slightly longer vision is this: After a long and tiresome four months of searching, I finally found a job with a … Continue reading Funemployed: The End

Funemployed: Cats!

Walking around Tbilisi it's easy to see the vibrant art scene by observing the ever-rotating roster of theatrical posters stuck on construction sites around the city.  In October there was Animal Farm.  More recently there's one with an artistic umbrella-carrying dancer.  There has never been Cats.  Not since I've been here, anyway.  CUE BAIT AND SWITCH! … Continue reading Funemployed: Cats!