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Today's the day I leave for New York. It's all here, finally. I felt like it would be a great time to update the blog.
I have been so overwhelmed with love these past few weeks. I am so grateful to be surrounded by such supportive, uplifting, loving people. I feel so blessed. I'm not a religious person, but I can't think of a better way to put it, I'm so blessed. Through all the apprehension over the past month, my friends and ...
... to focus on all the positive things about the trip with this fear in the back of my mind.
Six months ago I was in Tel Aviv having the most incredible time of my life. I knew while I was there, I had found a new home. I felt like I was with my people. Plus, the gelato can't be beaten. In all seriousness, my grandparents lived through a war, through years in concentration camps, for me to be able to be there. At home, in Israel. Once I ...
... worked SLOWLY, we needed gas and Michigan highways lose any logic, and you see overly-tired people trying to be tersely polite as we tried to find everything and be pleasant at the same time. Strain.
Anyway, we're here and the moving truck won't arrive until Wednesday. So we signed up for the motel until Tuesday, but then I had a brainstorm to stay in the apartment since we were paying rent. We did bring sleeping bags and pillows and an ...
... happily a bus that would take me to Underberg. A couple of hours we arrived and after dropping all the other riders off, the bus driver took me to the spot where I could pick up another bus to take me down the road to the backpackers on the farm where I was heading to called Khotso. The wait for the bus to leave was about two hours, so knowing that I was going to a farm out in the middle of nowhere, I went across the street to the grocery store and stocked up and some food to cook up ...
... experiences will equate to confidence and independence over time.
The natural world is as important as the cultural world we will learn about. My kids are comfortable calling a man-made ski hill a mountain right now. Having a view of the alps from our window will be breathtaking, no doubt. Though I am not someone who enjoys the blustery winter outdoors, being surrounded by people that have learned to do so may ...