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September 22, 2008

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Priyanka

Yay! I'm really happy to hear that different things are picking up for you in the job department. The fazenda sounds like a very cool adventure even if it means a week away. I love that you are trying new and random jobs. I really do believe that every job teaches you something. Sort of like your "How it all began" series, I think that the seemingly random decisions we make lead us to bigger better things. I feel like if you keep trying stuff it will lead you to your career.

mallory elise

i know what you mean about foreigners finding common ground on being, well foreign. when i lived in france i had a few french friends, but for the most part my closest friends were americans, mexicans, and brazilians!!!

Melo Franco

I'm glad you're getting cool opportunities! Good luck!

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Franco

Hi Rachel,

Just wondering how the fazenda-like teaching job worked out. I did something similar in a country house near Madrid, in Spain.

I'm considering moving to Brazil for a while, starting in February or March 2010. If you wouldn't mind passing on the info for that job, that would be excellent! (I have a ton of EFL teaching experience, by the way.)

Obrigado!

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