Ok. So not quite yet. But our adventure is about to get a whole lot more adventuresome.
We don’t have any big trips trekking the Urals or floating in the Dead Sea. We’re not moving to Shanghai or even moving back to Vancouver. We won’t be hiking around Interlaaken or spending a summer observing Orca whales in the northern waters of Norway.
Our adventure is much more domestic.
And way bigger.
On November 30, 2010, we hope to meet our little expat baby.
Yes, we’re now the Expectant Expat Newlyweds, and no, we’re not dropping the Newlyweds.
So as we travel to Sardinia next week, we’ll be travelling for three. Sabine has already resigned herself to an Italian holiday away from wine and prosciutto. As we get to Canada for July, we’ll be travelling for a bigger three, and Sabine will just have to toast to Andrew & Mel’s everlasting happiness with apple cider. There will be other things: she already misses the cheese breakfasts and is mourning the loss of the summer beer garden.
But in Italy, she’ll console herself with gelato. In Canada, it’s not about her anyway. And, to be honest, the summer has been pretty non-existant.
And in the end, we’ll have a little Berliner baby, and we’re sure it will be worth it.