said 1 year, 4 months ago:
@cindy-king @rshahbaz @casmccullough @andreainfusino
Hello and Gamarjoba to all of you!
Yes, as you can see, I live in metro Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Last year, however, I was teaching English in the Republic of Georgia (Stalin’s birthplace, a country formerly in the Soviet Union). I studied German at the University of Heidelberg for a semester back in my college days and traveled Europe to my heart’s content. Loved my time in Italy and Greece the most, but never got to France or the United Kingdom. After teaching in the other Georgia, I’ve got the bug to transform my business where It goes wherever I go, hopefully traveling the world. That’s my goal, at least — have laptop, will travel.
So even though I’m back living in Atlanta, and will always keep my base here, I would love to network with others internationally. My little laptop and I have about a year to get everything in order, then we are on our way!
By the way, gamarjoba means hello in Georgian. While most older people there still speak Russian as a second language, their country’s first language is Georgian. (Hard to comprehend that Russian wasn’t Stalin’s native tongue; Georgian was his first language).
Sasiomovnoa! That means it was a pleasure to meet you!
Happy Networking to You All!