I'm not going to bury the lede today so let's jump in.
scenic Canadian country side, mostly here to build anticipation
My Lesbian Immigration Marriage Feelings, Part 4
21. My visa got approved!!!
This is the first feeling and also the introduction to this post because it's the most narrative and I'm interpreting the style of these lists very loosely.
Before I even applied for a visa I knew there would be an interview and I knew I would be better at it if Shannon were there, because she makes me better at everything.
So Shannon arrived on a red eye Wednesday morning and went day drinking with my mom after a nap while I worked before we went downtown to do Toronto things. Thursday we drove to Montreal for my K1 visa interview at the consulate. I haven't been to Montreal since I moved in March and being back for sixteen hours for this one thing, and staying in a hotel and acting like it isn't mine because it's not any more felt really weird. We walked around just a littl...
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