You were traveling really far,
I had to stay and watch the plants
why hello there! it’s been tough around here lately, so i apologize for the radio silence. i’ve been going to lots of meetings and taking in my last days of vacation because tomorrow i’m off to work (insert super sad and tired face here). last year i got my first job and it was amazing, this year i am back at it and it’s really exciting! seeing old friends, learning new things from all those kids, making new friends and also learning from them. when we had our first meeting last month everyone was so happy to see each other, i even heard someone saying this: i waited all year long for this, i missed you guys! it was really sweet.
but as i was telling you, this year i’m back at it, so it means i won’t be able to post often due to extreme tiredness and maybe two weekends of camping out with the kids. the fun begins tomorrow and i am already tired, is that even possible? maybe sunday meetings at 8am, last-minute uniform adjustments (because they delivered them today), team switches and over thinking costume days are harder than they look.
i know i’ll have fun, and since this is my second and last year i’ll make the best of it! wish me luck and i’ll be posting every chance i get, i promise!
last month’s national geographic magazine was just amazing!
we were at the supermarket when my dad saw it and bought it. on the cover: a hero dog. i mean, what’s there not to love about dogs, right? well, now try a hero dog. of course i died!
when i opened the magazine i saw this picture, it was a redhead girl and the mini article said redheads sense things different than the rest of us. amazing right?
but i’m not even done here; one of the first pages tells a short story about a us military soldier and his parter, the dog had lost a leg and had a special brace that helped her move around. the next story about hero dogs also tells the story of a soldier and his partner during war in sangin. i’m not going to tell the story, because i would totally spoil it if you ever want to read it, but it’s really interesting and it may bring you to tears, just like me.
there is also an article about a train, the matvei murdov, that delivers medical care in small towns across the russian far east. pretty impressive as well.
i always find interesting learning about other countries, their culture and problems just to name the most interesting things to me. last month i wrote this post about vice, which is my favorite news site online, next: national geographic.
i don’t know exactly how many pairs of shoes i own, but i don’t wear them all. there may even be a few new pairs (time to sell them, maybe?) but certainly, my favorite ones are neutrals: white or cream/tan, honestly i don’t know what color it is, so let’s call them nude-ish.
i’ve been trying to keep my shoes on a neutral palette but sometimes it’s hard! you know what i mean? so while looking for inspiration i found all these gems, and oh surprise: birkens on my wishlist?! well, yes! but… this pair ain’t that awful, right?
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