I don’t think I have ever watched so much TV as I did last week. I was the first one home sick on the couch, then another one bit the dust so I had to keep him company in front of the television. By the end of the week, all I could think and talk about was Friday Night Lights. How did I not know about this show when it was actually on air?
We arrived “home” to Zurich last week and as much fun as we had in the states, I have to say that I am glad to be back. I was gone for almost two months, and it was about time to sleep in my own bed and cook in my own kitchen. And boy, am I glad to be done wedding planning.
Well, I’m officially a married woman. It’s hard to express in words how amazing this last month of wedding festivities has been. I spent a whole month doing crafts (any crafter’s dream), finalizing wedding details (party planners heaven), and hanging out with my family and friends.
Living abroad is great and all, but there are certain times when I really wish I could be teleported to the states for just a few hours. Being somewhere “in spirit” is no fun. But, a 12 hour plane ride and 9 hour time change doesn’t make it easy to go home for a quick weekend. We keep missing important events! Like my new baby nephew being born or my brother’s 30th birthday. [read more]
This 4th of July will be a little different than usual since we won’t be celebrating in good ‘ole America. Fortunately for me, my American best friends are arriving in Zurich this Thursday, July 4th, and we are going to make our own party. As soon as my girlfriends found out I was moving abroad, the trip planning begin. We hit some minor bumps along the road, but we finally landed on meeting in Zurich and then heading to Croatia for a week of exploring and fun in the sun.
I’m embarrassed to admit this, but my new routine consists of waking up around 7am, making a cup of tea, and plopping myself in front of the TV to watch my morning shows. To justify this, I have my computer in my lap and catch up on all my emails and mindless computer tasks that I would spend time doing anyways.But watching TV is not the embarrassing part…