Something even my offline friends and family do not know about me is that I would love to be able to sort of “live” in England one day.
Based on what I see on Twitter and read on various travel and/or personal blogs pertaining to England, the people there seem to love life way more than they do here in the United States. Here, it feels like everything is always about the money, and nothing can’t revolve about something not requiring money for a change – even if this means a conversation about money is not brought up, but the event still costs money.
There’s so much culture in Europe I’d love to experience… I love learning about different cultures.
I would also like browse around in different parts of England and explore other things – like the restaurants, like the food.
If you are wondering why I chose England “of all of the places in the world”, it’s because…
- It’s on a different continent.
- They speak English.
- I took Spanish II freshman year, and I haven’t taken a Spanish class since. I should have, though, because I was really great at it. If I want to learn Spanish again, I’ll have to take a class and literally learn it all over again. -.- I don’t know any other language except for some Spanish.
- It’s in Europe.
I’m not saying I want to become a citizen or anything like that – I think I would miss home too much! No. Even something like The Holiday would be cool – just not during the holidays!
However, if I were to meet a guy that I liked, and we fell into like with each other – or even in love – I don’t think I could move to England like Caity moved to New Zealand with her husband. I would miss home/my family too much. :/
This post is continued from two Fridays ago.