Le Caprice des Neiges
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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 ...
... been refreshing. As soon as Rich and I had got to the beach I headed straight for the water to see how cold it was. Not thinking I walked on what appeared to be the remains of a large old concrete pipe, it was smoother to walk on than the fairly big stones, it was slimy the closer I got in and as I found out, very slippery. I don't quite recall but my foot just went from underneath me and I landed *******to the piece of concrete pipe, stone's and edge of the water. I ...
Our last day in Chamonix. Woke up as saw the sun shining – YAY. Went out and opened the curtains and sure enough patchy cloud but quite a nice day (not as clear as our first day, but there is still time).
Looked at the time – Holy &$%#. Its 8 o'clock. Sam woke up just after that, but apparently had been awake earlier and saw me still asleep. Oh well, better get ...
... where it is going. Some of the world's biggest and most complex machines are used to study nature's tiniest building blocks, the fundamental particles. By colliding these minute particles of matter physicists unravel the basic laws of nature."
Well, it was very interesting..and afterwards a few people and I had a discussion about how the world started..there were a couple theology students there so it was a lively ...