‘Tomayto tomahto’ is an expression used to dismiss an argument as being trivial. No matter how you pronounce the word, you still end up with a vine-ripened fruit. But the expression transcends mere marketplace banter. It’s a philosophy. Because no matter where we live, or what we sound like, the language of our hearts is the same.
A global nomad who has lived in the Middle East, Far East, Europe and America, Nadia now resides in the UK where she works as a freelance writer and photographer. She has had columns in Vale Life Magazine and the award-winning Honest Cooking. Her work has also appeared in several online magazines, including the Huffington Post.