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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 ;-)
... so on, I really feel like I'm getting the most out of this experience. Not to mention, my main goal is to learn french and I feel like I'm making progress on this goal daily, and that is what is most important to me.
Its becoming increasingly apparent to me how slow my pace of life is. I kind of thought that it was slow compared to the "average American", and now I'm seeing, it's slow compared to everyone, even the ...
... used up that's it, no more internet - it was me that was using it up that is for sure. So our long trek starts with the 1st flight to Zurich only 50 minutes and then Zurich to Singapore a long haul of 12 hours - mmm about a 6 movie flight- great I have a few to catch up on as we have not watched any movies or TV for the whole time we have been away. I have no idea what has been going ...
... dish that I can't wait to do when I'm back home. We swam in the pool, laid in the sun and Rod & Nicolas had a major Petanque competition, it was hilarious they were soooo competitive and Nicolas has picked up an expression from the time they lived in Christchurch for a year "Holy **** Rod - I am usually good at this." Rod won 3-1 and was laughing the whole time as its ...
... trip! The wind was howling of the lake when we arrived. Not cold, but cool wind. We checked into our hotel and set off on foot to explore. We walked up the hill to the 'old town'. Very nice lanes and buildings - but no people. Occasionally we would turn a corner and a restaurant would be dimly light full of people, but otherwise we could have been the only ones in town. We headed down to the lake just as the sun was setting. A bit more action ...