I was born and raised in city call Leningrad in old days. Now it has a different name St Petersburg. We decided to change location and move to country name America. We (me, my wife and two kids) first arrived to Youngstown where the Jewish community welcomed us and provide us with a lot of help. The biggest challenge for me was english. While I was working as truck driver my wife was finishing at Youngstown State University to become a chemist. After she found job we changed location and moved to Cleveland. Cleveland is a very unique city. It has pretty much everything that a big city has, theaters, museums, restaurants and at the same time not to crowded, very affordable and friendly to people from other countries. Every person that comes to America needs help to adapt and learn language, culture and it take so much time and effort.