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This week we have experienced nothing but growing pains.
Feeling the full intensity of working for another company we have yet again found ourselves struggling with the way things work. It has been a very difficult time for us this week, and yet we have managed to come out on top! More bricks thrown us, more money unjustifiably taken from us, and more miscommunication and frustration. But I have come to learn that somethings ...
Thank-you readers for following our journey over the past (almost) 4 months! It has been one hell of a ride! 2014 was filled with adventure, laughter, love, new friendships, growth and crossing things off the bucketlist!
If there is one important life lesson ...
Our first Christmas away from home! It is definitely a different feeling. This holiday was uncomfortable, because nothing was the same. I have learned to appreciate the true beauty of a Christmas tree since they were few and far between in our city, Christmas songs had to be blasted from the computer, and no eggplant parmesan was eaten. We stepped outside our comfort zones and did our best to ...
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Rob Frost said it. His words speak truth into my heart now more than ever.
Taiyuan has definitely grown us. Taking brief cold walks in this city everyday to and from work has been one of the most enjoyable parts of my day! Here are some reasons why: Smiling at gawking locals, making new friends, getting immune ...
... at the thought of doing a task Ben and I met our boss, then met another wonderful young lady named Sharon. She took us to get our burner phones from Thailand connected to a plan, so off we went to get Chinese SIM cards. "Let's take the bikes."
In Taiyuan you can rent a bike for an hour for free. So in our state of perpetual, 'What the hell is going on' we grabbed bikes, and followed Sharon on the street towards a cell retailer.