Because you don't know how the next moment will come by.
the procrastinator’s mantra, unfortunately.
This is my first post in AGES (as I was away on a pretty massive adventure, photos,o follow…..), so this post should have a slight celebratory theme.
Therefore, in this post, I’d like to congratulate New Zealand on legalising same-sex marriages. Love and humanity prevails.
Good on ya, NZ!
Two years ago, I remember sitting in front of the TV, watching my beautiful adopted city crumble into pieces and decend into chaos.
I was stunned, shocked and worried. Tears were inevitable.
I knew the protocol; no calls, just txts.
Once I slowly started receiving txts back from my beloved friends, I started to breathe a bit easier.
While I may not have been there for the second but more destructive earthquake, I still felt your pain and shared your sorrow
Now, I wish you only the highest of hopes and biggest of dreams.
This is only the beginning of a long recovery process, but it’s only bigger and better from now on.
Kia kaha, Christchurch, two years on.
quit my job.
will be travelling for a couple of months.
new job when i get home.
think about it.
i want to teach English to young kids, possibly in third world countries.
oh, and learn how to play the ukulele ;)
yes, I will.
when push comes to shove, and your time is up,
what do YOU want to be remembered for?
RIP aunty, thank you for the lovely 20-odd years of being neighbours.
11 days in, and I’ve hit my first story arc.
it’s telling your colleagues that you’re leaving.
but i have to be selfish for myself for once.