6 years after

For a long time, I’ve embraced Leo Buscaglia’s “An investment in life is an investment in change…When you are changing all the time, you’ve got to continue to keep adjusting to change, which means that you are going to be constantly  facing new obstacles. That’s the joy of living. And once you are involved in the process of becoming,  there is no stopping. You’re doomed! You’re gone! But what a fantastic journey!” and change it is! 

I changed jobs every 3 years 3x! There was just something in me that needed to do and explore. But coming to America, I’ve held different jobs every year for 4 years and it wasn’t even my intention! Knowing about Law of Attraction, I may have attracted it subconsciously because I needed to experience all aspects in Special Education to get to where I am now. 

I am now in my 3rd year as an IEP Facilitator here in New Mexico.  I like what I do and for the first time, I am OK with where I am.  But everything is temporary. As an H1B visa worker, we can simply do our best and pray for permanency because nothing is guaranteed. That’s the reality of the visa. It is up to the workers to accept or reject :) 

But what a journey!  What a roller coaster of emotions, and that’s the joy of living – to be involved in the process all the way! 

As we wait on how life turns out to be after 6th year in H1B visa, I will continue to open up to possibilities and know that we are taken care of. I am eager for the surprise.  I live in a creative world.  Whatever my mind can conceive and believe, it will achieve! I shift my paradigm.

God has led us here, and we are thankful where we are. For the meantime, life continues to give options and choices as we wait and see and I will forever be grateful! Onward!



  1. Hi Gemma, nice post. from what books is the quote from? I came across your blog thru networked blogs.

    1. Hi Ton,

      It was from the book Living, Loving and Learning! Love love that book! check it out! :)

      Thanks for dropping by!