Hey girls, it's Saturday and I'm finally back. I'm sorry that I didn't write the last times, but I was with my boyfriend and didn't really have time to write, besides I'm always forgetting what weekday it is when I'm not home.
I had a really nice time, very relaxing and now I don't really want to go back to normal life. University starts on Monday and then my life is basically over, because I have to study all the time :/ I'm not so much looking forward to it, I like my lazy life.
What can I tell you about my relationship... so you know I'm in a long-distance relationship (around 1200km) and that sucks most of the time. In fact, it always sucks when we are not together. When we are together it's great, we can spend 24h together without getting annoyed of each other and I often feel that my boyfriend knows me better than I do myself. That's a bit scary, but I guess it's a good sign ;)
By the way, in a few days it's our two year anniversary and I'm really proud that we made it that far. I hope that in future some things will change, especially of course that we can live closer, but that's only possible if one of us basically gives up his life and moves and right now that's not really a choice...
Random facts: we have an age gap of 8 1/2 years, which doesn't matter, because most of the time I forget that we are not the same age. He speaks Polish, I speak German, and together we speak English. Most people ask me if that's not strange and difficult, but I actually like it. I would not talk so much English otherwise and that would be sad, because I like English and I like to be good in it and you can't be good without practise, right? :)
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Girls, is anyone of you on Dailybooth? You can find me here. I like Dailybooth, it's something different and you can meet nice people there, without having this "internet anonymity" issue ;)
Katie, I'll read you tomorrow!
Listening to: some song from Gossip Girl just stopped, so I will now listen to the new song by Eddplant "You're Not There"
Currently reading: "Pretty Little Things" by Jillian Hoffman