Transplanted to Warsaw

I have packed up the house in Athens, Georgia, USA, and the critters and I have transplanted ourselves to Warsaw, Poland.

At the Atlanta airport with Janie the dog and Zac and Sacha the cats, about to embark for Warsaw on August 1, 2013.
At the Atlanta airport with Janie the dog and Zac and Sacha the cats, about to embark for Warsaw on August 1, 2013.

I’ll be blogging about my experiences in the coming weeks both here and on the Michigan Quarterly Review blog.

The first installment, “Where Benches Play Chopin,” appeared on the MQR blog on August 7th, and the next installment, “Warsaw Playlist” appears here later today.

2 thoughts on “Transplanted to Warsaw

  1. George Kurjanowicz

    Hello Ashley, My name is George Kurjanowicz, Jurek in Polish. My friend Kathy Dean sent me a link to your blog. I live in Barre, a hop skip and a jump from Bob and Kathy’s house. My wife designed their house. I was born in Poland, moving here with my family at the age of seven. I went back about 35 years ago and spent 5 years studying sculpture at the Art Academy in Krakow. I hope you don’t mind if I follow your blog. I am fluent in Polish and go back every few years to visit friends and relatives. If you are ever in need of a polish sounding board, please feel free to run things by me. Take care

    • ashleydavid.com

      Welcome, George! So nice to meet you. Thank you for following the blog. I’m looking forward to visiting Krakow and will be sure to let you know before I go in case you have any tips and advice to offer. I look forward to staying in touch. Na zdowie!

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