As dèidh a’ chiad mhìos

B’ e Là Naomh Anndra an-diugh, agus tha mi air a bhith an-seo ceithir seachdainean a-nochd. Nas motha na rè nan trì tursan roimhe seo uile gu lèir.

The initial tourist-like phase is over and I’m beginning to try and settle down. Tha mi ag obair, tha Àireamh Àrachais Nàiseanta agam, agus criomagan mar cairtean leabhar-linn is Tesco. Cuideachd, tha mi airson SIM (i.e. àireamh fòn Breatannach) a cheannach a-màireach agus tha coinneamh agam ann am banca mu dheidhinn current account Diluain. Agus mar sin sìos.

True, I’m still having less chance to talk in English than in Czech, hardly understand Scots so far agus cha robh còmhradh sam bith agam sa Ghàidhlig fhathast. But that’s how I expected the beginning would be. True, I’m constantly in arrears with things I want to see/check/read/do on the Net, will have to cut on adding new bookmarks/tasks/ideas even more. But I didn’t come here to be spending all my life between work, bed and the Net, as I was doing in the old country. And I am gradually getting accustomed to the life here. The real one, not the one for tourists – and that’s what I was after.

Anyway, ceum air ceum, tha mi a’ faighinn nas fhaisge air an amas agam. Mar as àbhaist dhomh a ràdh, le foighdinn, misneach agus fortan…

 

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