Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Thanks Everyone


First, I want to thank all of my followers for listening to my rambles. Like, I have said, I started this blog because my friends were so interested in my stories about being abroad (really only the men). I wanted to encourage other women, primarily black women, that you can go anywhere you want to go and date anyone. This has already been a great outlet for me and I really enjoy hearing your questions and comments.




  1. Here's my brand new post for the year 2011. I hope that you like it.


  2. Hey!

    I just found out about your blog through another blooger's website and I love it! I loved your Angelo story...reminded me of my times abroad through out the years!

    I was also wondering what you do in terms of your job and how you landed your position with your company? After spending some time abroad I am getting ready to start my job search and I would really like to start work with an international company or a company that would allow me to travel.

    You can email me at: travel123love@gmail.com with any advice, answers or pertinent information I can use for my job search!!!

    Keep up the good work and stories!


  3. Hey Swirler,

    I saw that your blog was recommended by another blogger and I love it! I know your still in the early stages, but I loved your Angelo story, def reminded me of the fun times I had abroad through out the years!

    Also, what does your job entail and how were you able to land such a position? I'm staring my career after some time abroad and I would love to work for a international company that would allow me to travel or even relocate to Europe after a couple of years. You can email me at: travel123love@gmail.com with any other information!

    Keep up the good work and good luck with the new job!

  4. @seashell

    Thanks for reading. I was an intern for a company in college. The company offered me a position after college, but I declined because I wanted to travel. My boss knew of a company that was expanding its international ties and that's how I got this position. I work basically as an liaison for my company, in that I close deals, negotiate, and establish new business.

  5. @seashell

    I also would recommend focusing on the larger companies who are aggressively seeking business ties to foreign markets (Shell, Viacom, etc) look for positions that apply to your specific job talents.

  6. I just wanted to stop by and thank you for visiting and commenting at my blog. I love your blog and your Angelo story was a really fun read. I'm following you so that I can keep up with your adventures!

  7. Thanks for coming by. Really enjoy your blog as well, Mrs. Yellow House.