26 Hours

My co-volunteer Sabina and I are currently in the process of moving to The Far East. We’ve been sitting in the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris for about three and a half hours and still have about two to go. I ate a sandwich, two mini airline muffins, a piece of raw cucumber, and even a bite of raw pepper, which isn’t something I usually do voluntarily. I hiked around the terminal twice. During one of those I took the photo above.

I cried a lot today saying goodbye and I’m going to cry more, but I’m okay. After the initial 26 hours (which is how long our three flights and two layovers will take) this thing that I’m doing really begins and I am looking forward to it.

Aim of This Blog

I’ve had some form of blog since I was around 13 years old. I switched from a proper website (or at least a subdomain) to Tumblr some years ago, but it quickly devolved – most of my posts were reblogs. There’s nothing wrong with that and I like having a place for an amalgamation of things I enjoy (fandom, art and an occasional one line rant), but I have wanted to start writing my own longer posts again pretty much since I stopped.

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