I’m heading North.
That sounds dramatic, for some reason. Maybe because that’s what Latin Americans say when they’re fed up with their lives and decide to take their chances and go up North. To the US, that is.
That’s not where I’m going. I am going up North though. The North of Holland. That’s where my folks live and I haven’t visited for a while.
I’m in the train and was just looking out of the window… listening to music… daydreaming… thinking about when I would have time to post my Saturday blog…
How about now? Now is good. About what though? How about I just describe what I see? Sounds like you’re choosing the easy way out again, Epi Bee! Ah shucks, but it’s all I can come up with! And the alternative would be not writing at all… Enough with the internal dialogue already!
So yes, I’m in the train. These are some of the things I see around me:
I’m in Heerenveen now.
As a Frisian born country girl, the soccer / football club from this town is the one I support in the Dutch premier League. There is one other soccer club from Friesland, Cambuur, but that’s kind of complicated and now that I come to think of it, that’s actually a really good idea for a blog of its own… But not today…
[UPDATE: wrote the blog, see here]
By the way, the bead bracelet on my backpack, in the pic above, means a lot to me. One of the artisans I worked with during my internship in Ecuador gave it to me. Another good idea for a blog!
The sun is hanging low. So beautiful… Want to take a pic but it would mean I have to pretty much stick my phone in someone else’s face… So you’ll just have to take my word for it.
I’m almost at my final stop.
So I’ll leave it at this for today. Kind of meager, I know. But at least I didn’t play hookie.
See you tomorrow!
3 thoughts on “Trainsitting”
I love this post! It does a great job of conveying exactly what you are feeling on the train ride and it shows that you are noticing some of the smaller things in life. A much closer look like your’s does wonders for the mind.
Keep up the good work!
Hi Alex. Thanks for the encouraging words. Much appreciated. 🙂