Taiwan Edition: Grateful

If there was one word that would sum up this trip so far is: grateful. Grateful for every bite, every sight, every moment spent with family and friends, every memory that I'm taking in. The time is going by way too fast, which I'm un-grateful for. When we were planning this trip I had originally thought that  two and half weeks would be enough, but Hubs pushed for longer and that's how we ended up with almost four weeks.  In fact, he said that I would've wanted to stay longer. Now that our time here is nearly over, I'm so glad I listened to him. I needed this trip and time with family and hope that it'll recharge me for when we head back to Vienna.   It will be an undetermined chunk of time before seeing them again.








A Chronicle Of My Experiences Living Abroad: Taiwan Edition: Grateful

November 17, 2013

Taiwan Edition: Grateful

If there was one word that would sum up this trip so far is: grateful. Grateful for every bite, every sight, every moment spent with family and friends, every memory that I'm taking in. The time is going by way too fast, which I'm un-grateful for. When we were planning this trip I had originally thought that  two and half weeks would be enough, but Hubs pushed for longer and that's how we ended up with almost four weeks.  In fact, he said that I would've wanted to stay longer. Now that our time here is nearly over, I'm so glad I listened to him. I needed this trip and time with family and hope that it'll recharge me for when we head back to Vienna.   It will be an undetermined chunk of time before seeing them again.








1 Comments:

At November 18, 2013 at 8:48 AM , Blogger VictoriaK said...

An early "Thanksgiving!" You're with your family; there's much to be grateful for.

 

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