Proud to be an American!

Today at approximately 2pm, I took my oath of allegiance and became a Naturalized Citizen of the United States of America. It’s been a long and somewhat painful path through all of the immigration paperwork, but I can confidently say that I did it the right way and earned it.  I am very proud to be a U.S. citizen and grateful that I was able to share this very important and significant day with my beautiful and loving family.

Proud to be an American!

Receiving my Naturalization certificate

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09066750165228786259 Sandee

    Congrats! But please don’t lose your accent!

  • http://johncabell.myopenid.com/ John C Abell

    Does this make your pottery more valuable?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09628095804170935682 Brian

    I’m sure it would make my pottery much more valuable. All the pieces that were made by me as a British Citizen are now limited in quantity and can never be reproduced – that makes them highly collectible, desirable, and way more valuable :)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/01248444011536733399 mcd

    Congrats!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09063651837869984987 slovakiasteph

    I’ve been reading through your blog today and wondered at the Blue Peter reference. :) Now I know.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09063651837869984987 slovakiasteph

    I’ve been reading through your blog today and wondered at the Blue Peter reference. :) Now I know.

  • http://johncabell.myopenid.com/ John C Abell

    Does this make your pottery more valuable?