Wishing the days away…

The days are so long. Every morning I am thinking of when I will be back home. Home to my mom. Laying in my own bed… Spending lazy sundays baking cookies and apple crumble pies. Going to the library and discover new books…

I am very grateful for everything in my life, but I think if you are homesick and not truly happy, it does not matter where you are in your life. If you got happiness, then that is all you truly need.  Who cares if you are living in a big city; the city of love; if you are not happy?

Being away from my own home country have made me realised how grateful I am for the life I have back home. All of my friends from school that I am so grateful for, and all of the small shops in my small town that I adore.

However, I am going to try and enjoy my time here as much as possible. I am not a quitter and I am going to make the best out of every situation! Maybe my time here was not as I expected it would be like, but that is okay! Because life is unpredictable and you can not predict the future. We just need to be grateful for the good people we have in our lives, because that is what truly matters at the end of the day.

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About Christina

This blog is written by a 20 year old girl from Norway. I mainly use this blog to reflect on things that are happening in my life, but I also publish things like quotes I find inspiring, music, books and other things I adore. View all posts by Christina

3 responses to “Wishing the days away…

  • Celestial

    I like this a lot. It is because you really don’t know what life has in store
    for you. You have to make the best of what you do. You have to recognize
    who is in life and treat them how you want to be treated and do the same for
    those who are not in you life as well. I can look at my self and say I can do
    do better, but I can also say I’ve done the best I can to get where I am right
    now. I am going to save this “wishing my days away” because I to am home
    sick and I was disconnected from friends and family, but I amgoing to make
    the best out of any situation I come across. I’m learning what to be greatful
    for. I want to thank you so much for this. I feel great after reading this. Thank
    You!

    • Christina

      That’s so good to hear that you found it helpful.
      Feeling homesick is the worst feeling in the world, you feel so hopeless. When I wrote this post, almost 2 years ago, I was in a completely different place than I am today… However, I remember very well how I was feeling and it was very hard for me to go out and socialize. I had lost my confidence in myself. I think if you try your best; everything will work out. Try and stay positive and you will look back at this experience with admiration. Good luck!!

  • Celestial

    “Wishing The Days Away” sorry

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