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Commuting daily to Lucerne has been nothing but interesting. I am on the tram by 6.45 which is pretty early but am fine with it now, I find it more entertaining than anything else. Because its Switzerland the morning kicks off with everyone politely asking each other if the seat next to them is free...
The most beautiful part of all is that we didn’t realise that we were making memories, we   were just having fun! Here are some of the games that shaped my childhood that I can never forget about and that still bring a smile to my face up to date.
If you are like me then growing up, the closest you came to snow was when ice filled up in the deep freezer. That in itself was a real treat by the way, add some sugar, mix it up, find a corner to hide and feast as fast you can to avoid getting into trouble...
What do you wear to meet the president? That is what I asked myself before asking if I would be able to meet him at all! You know what I did?
Its been about 3.5 years since I moved to good old Switzerland and as I was thinking back I realized that there are some things that are somewhat normal for me now that were complete shockers in the beginning.
I love weddings, am not sure if it’s the idea of seeing 2 people in love, the free food and drinks or the dancing that gets me excited but I just love weddings. Weddings have become rather extravagant and expensive in the last decades and despite the advice from people not to make too much...
As easy as peeling a banana On a rather random day we bought bananas and when we began peeling them to eat, I noticed that Luki (the weirdo am married to) peeled his from the wrong side altogether. (second pic) It was the first time I noticed it and so I immediately stopped him and asked...
It took me quite a while but in the end I realised that perfection is a myth, there is no perfect person, we all have flaws. Now,  I am at a stage whereby i no longer pursue perfection, I only seek to be the best version of myself. This may not be true for everyone...
Just when it looks like the human race is on a downward spiral, i found a silver lining in a dark cloud and i hope you find yours. I slightly raptured the ligament in my ankle while playing Netball a little over a week ago. The pain was excruciating and i was convinced something had broken...
It was a normal day in the city of Zurich and I needed to go and pick up a few post stamps to send out some thank you cards. On this day, I found out the only way to send a letter to London for free. Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.
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