So school started again, and I love it.. love it love it love it!!! (seriously)
The only little thing I don’t like so much is homework starting again. Luckily it’s starting slowly, and little at a time, but still.. I can see myself a few weeks from now, almost crying because I have a duedate for something really important like math x(
Back to the more happy stuff. People in my class are great, we all seem to get along already after only a week.
The bold part of this post was written about two weeks ago, so here’s a little update.
This week we only had one (ONE) day of school! Holy shiz! Pretty amazing you think, huh?
Well that is because we had school monday, tuesday the weather got so bad that all the busses were cancelled, which means school’s also cancelled. Wednesday ’til friday we were on a class trip with lots of fun and getting-to-know-each-other-time, which I really enjoyed.
Since I got home friday I’ve just been relaxing to the max. Since I got around three hours of sleep night til friday, I really didn’t feel like I had energy to do anything… And then there’s today, sunday, in which I’m just sunday’ing. (Sunday’ing.. as in doing nothing)
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I listened to this song today. I love Ingrid’s songs, and I feel that I can relate especially to this one. Being an exchange student, it’s hard to not think this way, I mean who’s to say that everything will be the same when I get home, and that everyone will still be there? I know it’s not the case; friends and relatives have moved to different places already. It sounds like a children’s story, but both my dog and my cat died. People move on, things change a lot in a year and it’s not easy to accept.
I am looking forward to and dreading going home in about twelve weeks. I have experienced so much in these soon to be ten months, at the same time, this has been the hardest year for me. Experiencing this new culture has sure been an .. experience!
Americans are so different from Europeans. Especially Midwesterners compared to North Europeans.
Since I’ve been here, I have had my hard and easier times, and at times also thought that this was a bad idea. Lately though, I have realized there are exchange students that have it far worse than me, I mean a big part of exchange students change hostfamily, just like I did, but others get far worse placements that I got at first, so it’s not as bad as I thought at all.