After a week of no yoga and a simply awful diet consisting of processed food, few vegetables, and not enough water, I am ready to go back to normal…for a week, before I have to head off to burke camp. At least now I know that yoga and my diet play a huge role in my health and wellbeing, and should be taken very seriously.
I had to cancel my skype chat with my honey tonight because I’m sick and needed to rest. While I didn’t feel as sad as I usually would, I couldn’t help thinking about what would be happening if we were together…. He’d get me water and put on one of my favorite shows and watch it as I fell asleep. I miss him. I can’t wait until August/September.
One thing I’ve learned during my long distance relationship is that everything I want to accomplish is possible. Six months ago, I didn’t believe that I would ever be able to make it to the UK to be with him. But I accomplished that. And now, I’m more equipped to accomplish getting there again. And soon, I’ll be able to to accomplish getting my visa, moving to the UK, getting a job, getting married, and closing the distance for good. It is all possible.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
I’ve been in England for the past month, and I really don’t want to go home. I didn’t expect to fall in love with everything as much as I did, in fact, I was a bit worried that I wouldn’t like it here. But I love it. It’s a shame that I hve to go home, to the cold and snow.
Christmas has been wonderful so far…aside from the ice storm which prevented us from visiting family this weekend. And of course, the fact that my Honey is so far away. It think the worst part is that we’re both busy with Christmas parties so we’re not talking as much and we haven’t had time to skype in two weeks. The long-distance thing is getting more and more difficult. But, on the plus side, there are so many goodies in our house and I did yoga with my mom and watched Christmas with the Kranks today. Yay Christmas!