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It seems as though my blog has caught a few people’s attention – to date I have just spread it through a few interested friends and notified people through Facebook about my new posts on an as and when basis. Some friends have been kind enough to share posts or have commented and read the blog – I am sure that having chosen my blog to mention that I have a newborn son might have something to do with that though!
I was pleasantly surprised to receive a comment from the author of wetheeu.com – who is currently travelling through Europe trying to catch up with British citizens in every country in the EU between now and the referendum in June and I hope to be meeting her as she passes through Vienna on the way from Prague to Bratislava this weekend. The aim of the site is to make aware how British citizens’ lives are affected by being part of the EU – I am sure, just having read the first post about a Brit from Northampton who is settled in Greece, that the site will portray a rich tapestry of backgrounds, motives, and experiences relating to Brits abroad.