Job search complete!

Sorry there haven't been any updates for awhile! We've been extremely busy.

Since our last post, we spent another few weeks looking for work. We eventually found jobs in a village just outside of Kraków (more info later). Our commute takes 18 minutes on the train.

After that we found an apartment (videos forth coming!), moved in last Monday (Sept 28th) and started buying the extra things we needed -- the apartment was fully furnished (it even came with shot glasses!) but not everything one needs to live.

We started our job this Monday (Oct 5th). We both have 6 classes, but at different times of the week. I have mine towards the beginning and Carrie towards the end. I've already taught 5 of mine.

And our internet just got hooked up about 20 minutes ago!

There are pictures and videos of Poland that we still need to put up. And even stuff from Santorini we haven't had a chance to post either. Hopefully, now that we have a permanent residence, regular schedules and internet, we'll be able to update the blog more frequently.

See ya!

Hello Euro-Residents! I saw

Hello Euro-Residents!

I saw snow this weekend in northern Illinois, not unlike the snow in your pictures from the train. Mom and I gave your address to Grandpa Anderson on Thursday and he was looking it over as we left.

Love the apartment video - of course we want more! Always good to see you live!


Mom and Dad Anderson

Hey Carrie and Dave! So great

Hey Carrie and Dave!
So great to finally check out your blog. Love all the videos and photos we feel like we are right there with you. Hope all is well and that you guys are having fun and getting some great life experiences in Poland. Love your apartment and the Greece video, so beautiful and romantic. Miss you so much and can't wait until we get to see you again.

Mike and Kristine

Carrie and David, We're

Carrie and David,
We're anxious to see your apartment and the town where you teach. Looking forward to seeing pictures and video soon...and skyping with you!!! Tell us more about your students and the teaching experience once your feet are on the ground.

All is well here. The weather is turning to fall, temps in the 40s, and the leaves are turning. I was in Chicago for a conference late this week and stayed with my folks. I updated them on your lives - they're both excited for you!

Enjoy your new home!!!

Love, Dad and Mom