|the Mission Mobile with a friend|
She used to be American, but she decided to give up her American citizenship and become a nationalized Argentine automotor. It was hard - leaving her home country, being knocked around in a container on the open ocean for months, then driven over thousands of kilometers of rough terrain until her screws literally began to come loose.
|she doesn't forget to help her neighbor in need, |
even if it's 1am in the middle of nowhere
|she visits the less fortunate, but sometimes feels like she doesn't fit in - |
she thinks they view her as a snob, a rich girl. it's not true.
|sometimes she gets to see some really pretty places|
She knows where she stands now. She knows her status. She's a legal resident now, with all the rights. Finally validated, finally accepted, a nationalized citizen.