Mind The Gap
I enjoy adventure because I love the end product. Every time I have thrown myself in an uncomfortable situation I end up loving the result of it all... meaning the beginning isn't my favorite. I love security and knowing my way around. When I'm in a place where I don't know whats happening next or where I am I tend to panic. That way Tuesday for me. My guess is that my face was screaming, "I hate this, I hate this, I hate this. Please let me go home to One Tree Hill and F3 every morning."
Here we are four days later and I feel an unusual sense of confidence and peace living in this new place. I love that when I get on the tube I'm in the company of so many yet completely alone. I love that we walk like we're on a mission. I love that you go to the Pub to hang out and meet Londoners.
Don't get me wrong, this freaks me the heck out but I'm doing it.
Here are some pictures from this past week (mom here you go). We've been every which way and I'm not really sure where but its been stunning and gloomy and cold and wonderful. I can tell you that we went to Abbey Road, Tower of London, and London Bridge.
This is one crazy adventure but I'm just gonna keep quiet on the tube, reapply my Damn Glamorous lipstick repeatedly, walk over 10,000 step everyday and try to just fit in. Oh and duh have some fun.
"When it feels scary to jump, that's when you jump. Or else you'll stay in the same place your whole life."
(Nothing fancy with these videos. More about passing the time than quality here.)