via I see this
Might be the end of the road,
But that doesn’t mean it’s wrong
Nor that is right,
When you end up a fight;
Pieces are broken
Hearts are torn open
And love…well,love is forgotten.
No one tells you this
But great things in life come slow
At their private pace.
It’s been 2 weeks since I returned to my home town of Sunderland. 2 weeks.
That’s all it took to feel as though the last 4 months have been a dream. Of course you still have the collection of memories and the ridiculous amounts of photos on your phone to refer back to, but as time dwindles on and you settle into home life once again, the novelty of returning home soon disappears.
Not to sound like a Debbie Downer here mind it’s not all bad.
Little things I took for granted which were a miss abroad, are soon very much appreciate on return. The highlight of course reuniting with family and friends. These relationships are perpetual, bonds are still as strong from when you first said your goodbyes. Infact, nothing at home really does change. People still go about their everyday lives as normal and the city still looks…
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Here is how much travelling can help you. A friend of mine just wrote a post about it that needs re-blogging
As my time in New Zealand is coming to an end, I’m reflecting over the last 4 months with a heavy heart knowing that I’m leaving this beautiful country in a few days. Four months isn’t really a great length of time, but I feel like so much of myself has changed since being here, all for the better. I hope anyway.
I didn’t really know what to expect from New Zealand, plenty of people told me it was one of the best places they’d visited. Beautiful scenery with warm and welcoming people, but until I experienced it for myself, I felt like I was going into the unknown. Now I can see why people fall in love with this country, it certainly lived up to it’s expectations and more. Don’t get me wrong, I can’t wait to see friends and family back home, but the country and people have…
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