“Things are changing but nothing changes
And still there are changes
Le roi est mort, vive le roi!”
Thinking about changes I’m currently going through. Looking for a job, trying to be positive about it. I’ve sent several applications, received some replies but the search still continues. After all, it’s only been a month!
I’ve recently struggled with my health; I even spent a week in hospital to do the medical check. After getting some “evil” pills (antibiotics, to be precise), my body suddenly covered with rash, really scary! Apparently I got some bad allergic reaction. It’s gone now, but I really need to be more careful. Health always comes first.
Back in China, I used to ride a bike everyday. Here, in Poland, I still have my old bike. I remember I bought it in 2005, after I had got my first job. I don’t want to ride it anymore, it’s too old, too worn-out by my younger brother who rode it extensively while I lived in China. Therefore, I bought a new bike, just yesterday! It’s cool, looking very stylish, Dutch! Looking forward to spring and summer rides!
Life is definitely more quiet here. I read more (right now it’s a biography of J.R.R. Tolkien), my lifestyle has become much more regular, I go to sleep earlier than in China. I don’t have many friends here, but so far it hasn’t been a big problem. Family is important and there’s always someone to talk to. I miss friends whom I left in China. I miss my cat. My colleagues. Anyway, I can’t always think of the things I left, because it would make me feel too miserable; it’s time to face the future!