It’s been a busy week, but I promised myself I would update at least once a week! So here we are. 🙂
I went on vacation last weekend with my family. We went to Branson, Missouri. It’s well known tourist spot, here in my home state. It was really nice spending all that time with my family, considering I won’t be seeing them for most of my Spring and Summer. It was like reliving memories, riding in the car with all of my siblings. Annoying each other, playing loud music and making jokes the entire drive. The place we stayed, was a luxury guest house. It was beautiful, and I definitely could never get used to all that luxury haha.
It was wonderful to relax and feel so detached from the rest of the world, for a while. It’s rare.
Aside from the family bonding time, I had a chance to take a few hours to myself and get some serious writing done. It was so inspiring and fulfilling. ♥
I’m working on a few projects to kick-start the whole “working for myself” goal. Wish me luck. 🙂
After writing for a while, I went upstairs and had a cup of coffee with my mom, on the balcony. Did I mention it was -25 degrees C? Regardless, we enjoyed our coffee, and made an awesome memory.
When I returned, my passport and visa was waiting for me at the UPS office. What luck! After looking at the expiration date, I realized I technically only have 4 months in India, before I have to leave. 🙁 Yikes. That doesn’t feel long enough.It finally arrived!
On a separate note, (based on a conversation I am currently having), why on earth does everyone bring up American fast food? Some of my Indian friends have offered to take me to McDonald’s when I am in India, and one friend worries that I will starve because there is no McDonald’s where I will be staying. XD What gives, guys? I will not wither away without American “crap” fast food. I hardly eat it, and I live here. 😀
But it’s not just my Indian friends. My own friends and family have asked me, “Do they have McDonald’s in India?” Hahaha. 😀 Of course they do, but I’m not interested in eating fast food. Especially in a country with so much delicious food.
Well, to wrap this all up, I have been reading another woman’s blog about her experiences in India. It makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside, finding someone to share my passions with and relate to. If you like what you read here, or you are curious, please check her out here.
Now, it’s definitely my bed time, as it is 3:06 AM!