All the paper work was done, the crazy rush was over, and I could now walk slowly. But I didn't. It could've rained any second. It's been misty and foggy all morning. Oh, how I miss the morning mist of these highlands! I looked to
P.S. Seems like it's turned into a routine now; I visit every post office in the neighborhood I reside. I sometimes find myself writing to more people than I actually have physical contacts with. Traveling long-term had another aspect that I would have never anticipated;
I was waiting for my parents in the car. It was sunny, so I had to roll down the windows. My parents were grocery shopping. Later I found out that dad sells the eggs to that supermarket. Some of the eggs go to the small
Huge waves of human hit me from every side and angle. Everyone was going everywhere. The day was going to be long, and my bag was heavy. The siren of an ambulance took me back in time; I was back in the city.
It somehow reminded me of the night where I was sitting at the bar alone. Sipping water, I was trying to avoid beer or any other alcoholic beverage as long as I could. I was drinking rather more frequently back then, and it didn't have
We were on our way back home, to the village, and Marzi was behind the wheel. The plan was to get back home before it got dark, but the sun had already set about an hour ago. My grandma recommended this thermal pool near by, three