Besides my immediate family; only two of you, in the internet world know about my best kept secret. It’s been a secret for so long that I’m bursting at the seams with excitement, anticipation and nervousness. I mean – this is something I’ve done before, I’m no rookie. I know the ins and the outs of this game; I’ve played it many times in my career.
But now, it’s just a bit different – because my heart and soul are here, in Sardinia.
In the last several years I have struggled with finding decent employment to the point of frustration, tears and hopelessness. I have written about it several times in the past and you can read about it here and here.
This post is not about what happened in the past – it’s about what’s going to happen in the very near future.
My Sardinian Life’s best kept secret is …
I found a job!
It’s not in Sardinia, nor in Italy and not even in Europe.
I am moving to … drum roll please. Ta-da!
I know this beautiful little island in the Caribbean well. I spent two years working on the famous 7 Mile Beach, twelve years ago as a waitress. I found a nice little restaurant which wants to employ me (I am grateful). It’s a full-time job, 6 days a week and a steady paycheck!
I will still post articles about Sardinia – albeit infrequently. My plan is to write more in-depth articles about the traditions, cultures and people of Sardinia and write more personal accounts about the place I treasure with my heart and soul.
I am excited about this new adventure in Cayman Islands and I hope you will take the time to come along with me.
For those itching to get a fixin’ of Jennifer Avventura – don’t despair. There is a blog in the works for Cayman Islands.
I would like you to help me name it. Here are my four top choices:
- The Cayman Islands Expat
- The Island Expat
- My Life in Cayman
- My Caymanian Life
Tell me your favourite blog name in the comment section below. Thank you. Also – please feel free to add your own! 🙂
I would like to thank each and every one of you who have supported My Sardinian Life from the start. Without your words of encouragement My Sardinian Life would not have flourished into the bright little blog it has become. It’s because of you – my followers and Sardinian supporters that I continued on; to write about one of the most magical places on the planet – Sardinia. She’s yours to discover.
Good-bye, Sardinia. I will miss you terribly – but it’s not forever.
Ajo! Andemmu a Cayman! Andiamo a Cayman! Let’s go to Cayman!
Wish me luck!