Our First Field Trip

My wife Linda and I made our first trip to Malta recently. She has been recruited to head up marketing for a new family entertainment start-up. They brought us to the island to seek residence and look at the schools for our two children. We both immediately fell in love with this small, island country.  Rich in history, this will be an experience like no other for our Californian family.


The entrance of the Grand Harbour from the Upper Gardens of Valletta.

Malta is just south of Sicily in the Mediterranean. Centrally located as it is to Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, we look forward to exploring.

Right now we have just over 30 days to liquidate, store or prepare for shipping!  Our meeting this morning since our return was all about putting together a calendar of events so that we don’t feel paralyzed by the numerous tasks in preparation to our move.

One big item that is out of the way: We already have secured an apartment in Sliema, close to Linda’s new workplace. School’s are still under debate, but we have narrowed it down to St. Edwards College or San Anton School, both outstanding schools that can accommodate both our 9 and 16 year olds.

So off we go!

3 Comments on “Our First Field Trip”

  1. You two are there to share your brilliance, so shine bright my friends…shining brightly will be the best blessing you can share with others.
    Love from the Miller fam,

  2. Pam says:

    I am so happy for the two of you! What an unbelievable opportunity and an incredible experience for you and the family. oxo Pam

  3. justine says:

    Congrats to you all – I look forward to hearing all about your wonderful adventures…

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