To be fair not everything is bad. The last two weeks were divided in two sections. The first week was awesome, especially since I spent the weekend in warm and sunny Atlanta. I didn’t do much there, but relaxed. I didn’t have time to prepare for that weekend and thus didn’t know anything or what to expect – I was shocked in a very positive way at how beautiful Atlanta is. I definitely want to go there again and properly explore the city. The second week was absolutely neglectable. The only big question I have after six days at home: Is my ENT doctor blind or have my tonsils really gone missing? It was more than weird when my doctor claimed they must have been removed, but neither my parents nor I have any knowledge of any operation. This is definitely something I have to look into soon.
Besides, I am very much looking forward to the new week. My hearing is almost back to normal and I feel much better so that I can’t wait to work again and get tasks done. Of course, I’ve got a relatively short week ahead and there will be a thrill of anticipation in the air because spring break starts Friday afternoon. That evening I’m going to fly to the Dominican Republic. Gosh, and I haven’t even planned yet what to pack. I hope my shabby suitcase survives one more journey.
|Watched| GNTM, Vikings, Brooklyn, Dallas Buyers Club
|Read| The Other Einstein; New York Times; Time Magazine; Rich and Pretty; Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks; The Bookshop on the Corner
|Listened to| Jake Bugg, Prinz Pi, Philipp Poisel
|Done| worked, flew to Atlanta, fell ill
|Eaten| burger, fried chicken, pizza, lasagne, burrito
|Drunk| water, coffee, beer, coke, wine, liters of tea
|Thought| the U.S. health system mostly sucks
|Been happy| last weekend in the sun
|Laughed| my ENT doctor was really funny
|Clicked| I didn’t go online for most of the time – the best indicator of how sick I felt