This weekend aged me like 30000 years. I am not going to get into the thick of it because I am planning on writing an entire book about this experience (haha not really but there will be a long blog post to come and two vlogs). Basically, this weekend I was robbed, got stuck in Prague, had to get an emergency passport and got attacked by bed bugs. I really wish I was making this stuff up.
Do you ever have those days when you have so many things to do but all you want to do is crawl in bed in a ball and sleep? Today was one of those days. After the stress of this weekend, I was just so happy to have my own, clean bed to sleep in and I didn’t get out of it all day today.
On a better note, my boyfriend comes in two weeks and you get to see yours SO SOON! I am so happy for us that our long distance relationships are coming to an end! You have to send me lots of pictures of your time with Ken on your trip!
Along with my passport, my camera was stolen (which had most of my Copenhagen, Florence & Prague pictures on it sadly). So today, I will just be sharing the few I still have from Prague that I posted on Instagram!
Awoke in the prettiest little fairytale this morning ✨ #endlesslygrateful for days that I'm fully present and in the moment. It's hard to do in this day and age but it really does allow me to enjoy my surroundings so much more. Comment below with what you're grateful for today! #30DaysWithEndlessMay #prague
I want to remind you that social media shows someone's edited, curated highlight reel. What you don't see behind this smile: the fact that I barely slept last night because of the noisy hostel I'm staying in, the stress of school exams & my throbbing feet because of poor shoe choices. #keepingitreal
Last night my bag was stolen with my passport, my money & all my camera equipment. So today I'm #endlesslygrateful for @lrondestvedt again because she is keeping me sane and keeping me company until the embassy opens tomorrow so I can get back to Amsterdam. Always an adventure. #30DaysWithEndlessMay
Apart from the theft, Prague was AMAZING. I am really glad I got to see it in all of its fall glory–the changing leaves, foggy mornings and misty sunsets. It was definitely one of the most beautiful places I have ever been and I hope to return again one day.
My time abroad has definitely been more challenging that I anticipated but with every hiccup along the way, I am learning more and more about myself. I can see that I am growing and changing every day and it has been quite an interesting and exciting adventure.
Love & Liefs,
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