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... be here and I don't want to spend time wishing I were somewhere else. So apparently here is the formula for homesickness (or at least it worked today):
Take a shower + blast Disney songs + drink a cup of coffee + get some work accomplished + remind myself why I am here = Happy again!
Words from Willie:
"Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results." - Willie Nelson
p.s. Thanks Willie ;-)
... myself and realize that if I intend to share my life with someone else, I need to find someone who respects this about me and shares the same value. I'm finding that consistently being around people who are "go, go, go" kind of stresses me out.
I'm also finding how well I do with less. I brought very little with me on this trip and am finding that it works. It helps that thanks to technology, so much can be stored ...
... the world!!! I do know whats happening on Facebook though - now that is not a good admission to make.
I think these lounges that you pay for are great if you have lots of time and need to hang around airports, they have comfortable chairs, drinks, snacks, TV & newspapers. People come and go and we are still here. Calling flight LX2815 to Zurich we are on our way..........
... we woke up early and caught a series of trains, busses, and a cable car up into the Austria Alps were we stayed in the little mountain village of Gimmelwald. I need to go back to this town. It was one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen and I think I spend half my time there staring in awe at the beautiful mountains. Sadly we had to leave the next day, but I am making plans ...
... auto; ">By the time we got organised it was getting towards 18.00 and we decided to just go for a walk around the park-like grounds and up the road into the forest a bit. Beautiful lush green forest, and nearby we came across a massive featureless stone perimeter wall about 6-7m high that seemed to go as far as the eye could see, and to serve no purpose, other than probably to keep the baddies out at some stage.