There comes a time, or many times as the case may be, in most lives where a touch of perspective is necessary. We all (or at least I'd hope) step back from ourselves and evaluate the lives that we live in order to figure out what is working and what still needs work.
Well, friends… I am at one of those points. I love living in Europe, but I wonder if I'm here for the right reasons. I know I told you a few days ago that I'm finally starting to feel more comfortable in my own skin, but I don't know that I'm necessarily comfortable in my own life.
Sure, I love that I can say something ridiculous like, "I'm hungry for steak, so let's go to the castle and get some" and then can either hike a few miles or take a quick car trip to the nearest castle (I can see its silhouette from the kitchen window) to grab myself a sirloin, but I'm starting to feel unsettled. If you've ever seen the movie "Chocolat" you may be able to understand/empathize with/relate to this feeling… it's like the wind blows and I know I need to move on. I've got that tingle, but I haven't even been in Germany for a whole year.
Anywho… while I brood on that, I'll leave you with some snaps from our day in Montserrat, Spain. It was a rather exciting day, as we wandered around the town, ate some cheese, attended church (in Catalan and Soldier Boy still had a clue what was going on!), decided to take a quick hike, saw a scorpion (which SB decided to poke repeatedly with a stick and still managed not to get stung), took a wrong turn and spent 3 hours trying to get back into town. In case you were concerned, we eventually made our way back to the tram and got a free ride back into the city!
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