So you got Garlic, hazelnuts, bread and sandals......What did you cook?
you forgot about wild mashrooms:).
But seriously fair play to you, its a big step, hopefully it works out better than you dream.
Thanks Barney, but I have not moved to Alaska after all. It looks pretty civilized when I looked out the window;). You live in Poland as well, don't you?
My cousin's husband lived in Yellow Knife for a couple of years and he found it quite interesting.
Anyways, a short report about Polish hospitality.
Went to visit my cousin last night and he put everything he had in the fridge on the table, I also had some vodka last night so my head is not in the best condition. I love drinking vodka, but I don't like the morning after. In order to visit I had to climb 5 floors (no elevator) and by the time I got to the door I was out of breath. I forgot about the NO ELEVATOR situation in all the post communist blocks of flats. Until recently ( I hope) there was no elevator installed if the building was not taller then 5 floors.
I need a wall calendar since I did not bring any from Canada. I asked my cousin if I could have one of his and he said that he needs all 3 of them. As puzzled as I was I came to conclusion that it is not fair that he has 3 and I have none.
Last night I also decided to wear boots, so I would be one of those Polish women walking on the street making the click, click, click. sound.....no use to fit in since my feet are killing me this morning and I think that boots are overrated. The "click" sound my boots produced was great though and I have not even practiced;).
Another training session at work this morning. I hope the get them out of my way, so I can sleep in on Saturdays.
Ahead of me a train trip to visit my father and perhaps another session of mashroom picking.
Maybe this time I will find a prawdziwek
- the king of mashroom.
Looks like it is going to be another sunny day in Szczecin.