To be abroad =  to be beyond the border of jurisdiction of one’s country


Beyond the border of

  • mummy’s touch
  • baby’s crib
  • fluffy blanket
  • children’s bedroom
  • parents’ eyesight
  • a hedge fence
  • mummy’s warning „Be careful!”
  • a smile on view of Miss Basia from kindergarden
  • the doubt that  the “Zuzia, class 1 b” is actually you
  • the spot of chalk on the sleeve after being examined in Maths
  • counting seconds to the bell announcing school break
  • sleepless night before first exam
  • dinner burnt with your own hands
  •  “No” said for the first time


Who is going to tell me that has  never been abroad?