I don’t think that I would be able to build some snowmen with Ketsia this year but it’s okay, the most important is that I could enjoy a nice week-end with her and her mother. Valentine is about giving love and it should not be about giving a nice present but about giving time.
People say that time is money, but I think that time is priceless. You don´t/won’t have enough time with people you love, so make it really count and rethink from time to time your priorities.
Thanks again for giving me a little bit of your time by reading my blog and liking my photos. And if you are around, you´re always welcome in our small little white house ;o).
During these 3 years in the Netherlands so many things happened and a lot it still to expect in 2014 but living abroad is also facing a lot of questions and the first one is: where is Home?
I have just come back from my small « Tour de France » and I must admit that being in France is always something special. I left France almost 7 years ago for Germany and I don’t regret it (I met Lisa in Munich..ahahaha) but I feel so relax back in France when I walk in the street and just hear people speaking French and see people as tall as I am (I am kind of a dwarf in Holland). I love being in Paris (just for a couple of days and not on a daily basis)
But being one week without Lisa and Ketsia was at the end « difficult ». I met there really good friends, had a great time, but something was missing (How can you not miss a lovely wife like Lisa and a little princess like Ketsia..ahahaha). A common proverb says « home is where the heart is ». I know where my earthly home is and it is by them. For the moment it is the Netherlands, in the green heart of Holland but who knows how long? I don’t – at the end we are just « foreigners and strangers on earth« .