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Yulia’s husband, Bruce, stays behind, telling us he’s surprised they’re ﬁnding anything today, because it’s still early in the season. In a month or so, when the weather on the Cape turns cool and wet, growing conditions for these mushrooms will be ideal. As Bruce wanders along slowly, his eyes scanning the ground, he explains that foraging is one of the aspects of his wife’s Russian culture that he relishes. “Look at this,” he says, gesturing to Anya and Andre in the distance. ” For Russians, mushroom hunting is a deeply rooted tradition that allowed families to supplement in the winter.
My intention wasn’t to immigrate here but to help my son. He was in eleventh grade then and came to live with my ex-husband. I wanted to give him some support during my vacation, but, when I was getting ready to [return to Cape Verde], I saw that he was not settled, and that was heartbreaking to me. I decided to stay right then, and I’ve been here ever since. I had a nice, settled life in Cape Verde, with a very good job: I was running an institute that worked with unions to train workers. I had never considered leaving.
Of course I miss it at times—my mother is there, my sisters, too. But I know if I went back, I’d miss the things here: my students, my friends, all the new experiences. I love what I do now. My life is full. I’ve had wonderful experiences and met so many wonderful people involved in so many interesting projects, people who share similar views as I do. I feel like I’m lucky: this is not my country, but I’m very happy here. I guess the only thing that’s really been a challenge has been the language.