When everything is falling...

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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Sometimes you just need to take a deep breath, and believe in quotes.     
     
For me in this case, 'when everything is falling apart, it may just be falling into place'.     
     
Today has been a muddle to say the least.     
     
I am not going to go into any details as to why, as that is certainly not mine to share, but I will tell you that my three month stay in Wales is coming to an abrupt end.      
     
Tomorrow.     
     
I have been asked to leave, not due to my work or anything like that. Due to reasons I understand and respect.     
     
So, today I have made many a phonecall, a Skype call, and a number of emails. Yet, credit to
myself...I have not broken down.     
     
I was going to go back to my lovely sort-of-family in Bedford, but they have their own lives too.

So now? Adventure time.     
     
To be honest with you, my version of a trip away is planned at least a few weeks in advance and I know when I am getting to somewhere and the roundabout day that I am leaving.      
     
It's not that I don't like spontaneity. I love it!     
     
It's more that I like to save my money by booking in advance.      
     
Well not now.      
     
Starting tomorrow, I am going somewhere. I am going to do something for x amount of time before I end up in y.      
     
And I am excited. It will cost me slightly more than if I were to book it all ahead, but it's spur of the moment.     
     
I have some idea of where I am going, and I was going to go there anyway...so why not now??
I will tell you where I go...when I get there. Why tell you something if my plans change with the wind. I will tell you when it actually happens.     
     
I'm not the weather man...I'm more like that girl on Clueless who can tell if it's raining, because she is getting wet.      
     
Sorry, that was a very strange reference!     
     
Anyway, I am going to spend the last of my day with my Welsh family.      
     
I am going to miss them!     
     
Lisa xo 
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Trish on

Working it out as you go along...

John on

Sorry it had to end so soon, but perfectly understandable. And nothing like living with a bit of the unknown - that's Life. :)

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