"The world is wide, and so your mind should be."
Days are beginning to blur together. Tuesdays are Wednesdays and Saturdays are mearly Sundays. And everything has become vastly quite and calm since leaving language camp. It's surreal how much you enjoy being around sixty-two others who have at least one thing in common with you. Although I feel as though I have only been in Austria for a few days my time will soon become one month. And I wish it wasn't. Because that means that time is counting down.
I fear that my mother might be right, that I won't want to leave. But everything feels so natural here. As though it is my second home. I belong here. Europe has beaconed me forth for years. And my lengthly desire has lead me here.
While I encountered new friends while enduring my two weeks of Deutsch bootcamp. Ones that I can't wait to spend the rest of my year with. Even if it means that I might have to travel an hour or two to see them. With their graceful French accents and New York slang will always ring in my head. I love them and their are my Rotary family and always will be.
But right now my fingers are fried. And my brain is tortured from its consistent use. But I promise I will keep up more often. And inform those faceless faces who read my nonsense. So to you I send my Austrian blessings.