I like to think that everything happens for a reason, and this has helped me in many ways because THINGS REALLY DO HAPPEN FOR REASONS
Tonight our apartment had a blackout. I sat by myself at the edge of my room to get that tiny bit of light from the outer corridor, until a new Vietnamese girl walked in (who just came on an 18 hour flight, mind you), followed by Yulia (or so it is pronounced) and then Sam. We walked around trying to find the electrical box, worrying about the chicken in the fridge, our unchargeable phones, and then had our mini introductory session by the corridor. Maya later walked out and talked about the possible cause. Anyway, it was funny and someone said “enough drama for tonight” and Sam said it was rare we had all girls here. They talked about going for a walk together, and I smiled but I was sad I wasn’t studying here. I was leaving this weekend.. 😦 They were so nice! Also, Julia (Yulia) said she loved my skirt, and that I had cute outfits. HEHEHEHE. I like crowding along corridors and chatting, it reminds me of my l5sw.
My first proper solo trip tomorrow, to Strasbourg! Excited 🙂 I cannot speak a word of French, I only hope all goes well xxx.