“si el viento no te lleva, rema”
3 months ago, I was a news editor for a television channel, while I was attending school, I was trying to continue my business life. Everything happened so suddenly and I found myself here sometimes I am still amazed. I’ve experienced so much in such a short time. I cried, I laughed, I got sad, and I cried again and I laughed again. This cycle will never end, especially if, like me, you have 70 mood swings every day and are an emotional person. In a nutshell, it was an emotional month. Sometimes we have to allow ourselves to experience bad feelings. That is a normal thing.
These kids are incredible.
I’m talking about the kids at the youth center. In Turkey, I had previously participated in events involving children and young people. However, there is a distinction because we do not share the same language. But we all feel the good energy between us. There a little girl drew a picture for me and gave it to me. This is a priceless present for me. Because winning the hearts of children is extremely difficult. I’m happy that they love me.
It is quite tough for me to communicate myself in a new language, and if your language is not very excellent, it may be a nightmare at times. We assume a distinct persona when we speak a new language. When I see people’s slight smiles, I think they’re making fun of me. I am not doing anything wrong; I just try to learn new things every day. But there’s something they don’t get: “I comprehend, I feel, and I’m conscious of everything,” Aside from that, I’m fortunate to have wonderful friends. Sometimes I’m ashamed to talk and forget what I know out of excitement. But I’m making an effort.
I’m discovering fresh facts about Spain. Turkish shows are highly popular in this country, which shocked me because to be honest I wasn’t watching them. On the contrary, I’d always imagined myself here when watching Spanish television shows.
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Yes, three months is a little period of time, but we have become so accustomed to each other. During this time, Bianka moved to another place and two new friends joined us, a very sweet couple. We’ve already started making excellent memories with each other. I hope to keep in touch with you for many years to come. There is no doubt in my mind.
I felt a lot of longing this month. My family, my job, my friends, my volleyball team.. I miss them all so much. However, the people here are generally really friendly; I really enjoy the Spanısh people. Day by day, I’m becoming more and more accustomed to their culture and cuisine. It will be quite difficult to separate.
I want to end my blog with a quote I love. “si el viento no te lleva, rema”
Here I leave a Spanish song that I just discovered and that makes you feel peaceful, maybe you can listen to it while drinking Café con leche J “Con La Mano Levanta”