Here’s what happened when I did one thing that is totally out of my comfort zone.
Real life feels so empty after spending the first half of my summer in Malta.
A couple of months ago, I felt so eager to step out of the ordinary and challenge myself with something outside my comfort zone that I decided to take care of a group of teenagers on a study holiday in Malta.
I’m sitting on a bench in my usual spot, by the Harbourside, gazing at the boats that are bobbing on the waves, with the head in my hands for no particular reason. Suddenly, a caring voice drowns out Bristol’s ever-present seagull’s moan:
“Are you ok my lover?”
That was the exact moment when I began feeling nostalgic, knowing that soon no stranger in the street would have cared if I looked down, or wished me a nice day, or called me “my lover”.
Yes, I’ve been quite busy with the new job, but that’s not the only reason I still didn’t share few lines about my (R)Homecoming. The point is that I still don’t know how do I feel about that…
It has been a long time since my last post, and actually this one won’t be a proper post either…
I’m still not ready to write about my (R)homecoming, but at least I’ll share some pictures I took during the last few months…