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going home

Going home is supposed to be a joyous event, but it was a bit hectic this year! Before I begin, I want to apologize for the quality of the picture. It was taken during the flight, which is PROHIBITED! Don’t tell anyone, hihi! Phones have to be switched off. But, it was my first time in Business Class while traveling from China to Amsterdam, so I HAD TO take a picture, even if it was a bad one! If you’ve read my previous post, you’ll know that I made a […]

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greek food

Nostalgic… what does this word mean? I asked my friend, GOOGLE, and she told me the following: experiencing or exhibiting nostalgia, a sentimental or wistful yearning for the happiness felt in a former time, place or situation. People who knew me back in my high school days, always said I had an attitude problem. Especially the girls. Why? I wasn’t one with many friends, especially not girls. Don’t ask me why, but I don’t have many female friends. Would I like to change that? Sure! But only if the women […]

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myself

Myself… I love me some ME! I never liked being by myself, the silence was too loud. But when I reached the age of twenty-five, I realized I needed to change the way I looked at things. A couple of years ago, I was one of those negative people that experienced every single thing as… well … NEGATIVE. A couple of days before I left, I decided to go to dinner (again) all by myself. I had a long day at work, taught from 09:00 until 20:30. There were breaks, […]

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goodbye

Image Source Saying goodbye to people is never easy, but it gets easier every time we do it. The connection I had with most of the people in my class last year, made saying goodbye almost unbearable. This year it’s quite different. Don’t know why, but while I’m in this “saying goodbye” mood, I’m listening to some of my favorite songs. My roommate came back this afternoon. She went to America with her grandmother. Everyone who still has their grandparents, you are extremely lucky, people. Cherish them. It’s been two […]

My Life in China