Tuesday, June 28, 2005

The Roller-Coaster

It's really weird being home for just one week before moving really far away. At the same time, I am feeling so excited about moving, so happy that it's finally happening, but at the same time really sad about leaving behind my family and friends. I don't know when I'll see a lot of them, and it's hard. Yay for the emotional roller-coaster, I feel like a hamster on hormones, running everywhere trying to fit everyone in my schedule, and going through an never-ending good-bye.

I'm really happy to be back in Montreal, and I've decided to just sit back and enjoy my time here, because for quite a while as of next week, every time I come home there will be limited time and many farewells...

3 comments:

Avril ''WildCat'' Morin said...

By the way I love your blog... I didn't even know these thing existed!Very nice indeed! or perhaps... depends if you're right or left handed. (if you can still remember what I mean by that!)
By the way I left you nearly one comment on each post so you can go check my very bad jokes. And don't worry, I'll send some more.

Avril ''WildCat'' Morin said...

sorry Franki but but the 'hamster on hormones' image is deffinately gonna stick... you're doomed.

Angel! said...

It's a huge adventure that your about to embark in but such a wonderful one (many of us dream of such a thing but will never get the chance to experience it). It must be really hard leaving your "people" and country behind but all of that will always be there for you whenever you need your dose of it. I have a friend who left Québec to follow his GF to United Kingdom, been there for almost 10 years now and he just loooooooves it. Bonne aventure!