Update: As of June 25, 2013, I am officially a repatriate, living in the homeland and enjoying the breathtaking view of Ararat on a daily basis. I don’t know where life will lead, but the first step on that road has already been taken.
This blog was created on the request of many who asked to have a compilation of all the Armenian facts of the day posted on Facebook.
I was born Sept. 9, 1989 in Toronto. As a child raised in the Armenian community, I didn’t realize just how much my love for my nationality was ingrained in me until I finally graduated high school and entered university. It was there that I realized that we are probably one of the nations MOST discriminated against, since we don’t even seem to exist for most. The more no one knew who I was, the hotter the fire burned in me to change that and to make a difference all around me. I was 18 when I joined the Armenian Relief Society and have never regretted that decision. On the contrary, I enjoyed being the youngest member and still comprise the minority youth of the organization. My people come first and foremost. Sometime soon I will be telling you that I’m also a repatriate… I will finally go home 😀