this is just hilarious… I have more time to update my diary and keep in touch when I am working :) if that makes sense. I’ve been kind of busy the last few days with visiting my relatives and spending time with my family… the days just flew by.
I think, I almost tricked the jetleg, because I didn’t feel too exhausted the last few days, because I had managed to get into a normal sleeping pattern when I got back. Funnily enough, I usually can’t sleep before 1 or 2 a.m., but get up at 8 or 9 a.m… we’ll see how long that takes to bring me down ;)
On Thursday, my sister and I took my great-aunt grocery shopping and spent the afternoon with her. We had a really great time and she was really happy to have me around. Friday I tried to clean out my closet. It’s amazing how many old clothes you keep that you will for sure never wear again :) Then I spent the afternoon with my sister. We went shopping and had ice cream from my favorite ice cream parlor :) then my sister cooked dinner for me and we watched TV and chatted until 3 a.m. – I guess we had some catching up to do ;)
We – or to be honest – I slept till 12:30 p.m., then my sister woke me up for breakfast :) On the way to my parents’ house, we stopped at Nina’s close friends, Yvonne and Sascha, who have a little daughter that I hadn’t seen in two years. She is 3 now and so cute :)
She was totally crazy jumping up and down and putting on a show and Nina said that she is usually very shy with strangers, but that she seemed to like me :)
We had dinner with my parents and some family friends. My Mom made Weisswürstel, bayerischen Kartoffelsalat und Laugenbrezeln :) soooo good. I am really spoiled ;)
This morning I played tennis with my sister and my dad… we had so much fun! It was great to play on a clay court again… in the US there are mostly concrete courts, very annoying ;)
Well, that’s my update… I’ll go and spend some time in my old room trying to clean up some more of my closets :) oh yeah, and I just can’t wait, because I am going to meet Sanni tomorrow *woohoo* :) that’s so amazing!