Love Is Never Past Tense!
Today I welcome Author Janna Yeshanova and she gives us her TOP TEN LIST of places you have always wanted to go but never did and their why nots:
For me, there are plenty of places I would like to go, but I am afraid of planes so I’m kind of limited 😉 What about you Janna?
1. Russia – can’t go without a visa. Only one country in the world where I need a visa.
2. Hawaii – The Interstate goes only to San-Diego! 🙂
3. India – I always wanted to there… Do the cows always get the right of way?
4. Alaska – concerned about midnight sunburn.
5. New Zealand – I am afraid I wouldn’t want to come back! 🙂
6. Huntsville Alabama — nobody understands Russian spoken with a southern drawl 🙂 (OP-I’ve been there, you aren’t missing much!)
7. Australia – I am allergic to cats and kangaroos 🙂
8. Columbia and some other countries of South America – too many choices for coffee 🙂 How to make a right one? 🙂
9. Bermuda Triangle – I can’t find my way in – let alone out! 🙂
10. Grand Canyon – I want to talk with the natives, but can’t find a class on Havasupai as a second language 🙂
I am still planning to visit all these places 🙂
The events described in the book occur amidst complicated changes in the political and economic system of the former Soviet Union. This is a period of great turmoil for the country and the people. A period of many broken destinies, and uprooted lives.
The book weaves its story within the discord of the country. Fear is growing, an animal fear. There remains only one way–emigration. An evacuation without bombing and without the ability to come back, the author writes. You cannot give a better definition.
The rest you will need to read. Because of this, the book delivers multifaceted, versatile content in huge volume to the reader’s range of vision. In some special moments, the author makes us breathless, frantic with worry, and hoping to relax if a satisfactory solution of the situation arrives.
About the Author
Originally from the former Soviet Union, Janna Yeshanova escaped to the United States when persecution became violent during the crumbling of the Soviet state. Arriving in the United States with her mother and daughter in tow, $126 in her pocket, and knowing not a soul, Janna’s talent and experiences have helped her become a high-end organizational training and development professional. Her exodus story is included in the book.
Founder and principal of Life-Spark, LLC, Janna is a dynamic and powerful life coach, premier trainer and motivational speaker. She leverages her passion and engaging style to help others overcome adversity and spark the possibilities of their lives.
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