How to make the dreams come true! Part 2
Today I suppose to finish the story about the realization of the dreams! To start with, I just want to say. When you make a plane for the future, think well! Do it carefully and as detailed as you can. Otherwise, you take the risk of achieving something, but not what you want exactly! And finally, you won't be able to know what to do with all this unexpected success!
Well, I'm going to continue! After I'd decided to study Bulgarian in Sofia, I made one video to my Bulgarian pen pal, where I asked him whether he'd like to see me soon. It was on unsteady Bulgarian! I was terribly confused when I sent it to him! Luckily for me, he showed a keen interest. He was very kind and offered his place for me. It was little inconvenient, you know! And I asked him to find me a hotel room. He'd helped me, and I promised to give him a huge smile on our first meeting. Here I am, leaving airport gate and smiling.
It was my first time in Sofia and for the first time I was far away from home all along! I supposed to meet someone for the first time in another country and I didn't want to think what to do if things would go wrong! I was scared, but excited!
Lucky! Lucky! Lucky! He turned out a very intelligent and nice boy! He took me to the hotel and then to the restaurant. I remember very well, it was in the late evening and there were nobody on the illuminated streets! I enjoyed well known spirit of Bulgaria and new sense of Sofia! It was quite different then Varna, but with its own incredible atmosphere! I haven't got photos from then, but I'm going to show you these!
Anyway, instead of one week, as I'd planed, I spent in Sofia two month. After first meeting in the airport we didn't part not for a minute. We'd been getting to know each other more and more and it was found that we have common interests and goals! We both adore cycling and traveling. We'd been exploring different incredible places. Here are the best of them!
By the end of my visa I spoke Bulgarian pretty fluently. And we were fallen in love with each other deeply! Unfortunately, it was the time to return home.
After 4 month of telephone love we couldn't stand it any longer! My beloved Bulgarian came to Moscow and proposed me to married him! This is my engagement ring. It's beautiful, isn't it?
On 4th of November 2008, on my birthday we had got married! It was unbelievable! As from that day I realized that my dream had come true! Last year I had been working as an interpreter on The year of Bulgarian culture in Russia. I'd been traveling a lot between Moscow and Sofia during the year. And from the beginning of 2010 I currently live in Bulgaria and I'm going on dreaming!
PS: What do you think about meeting through Internet? What about your experience?