Too much stuff to pack

Long time no update, I’m currently packing my things since I’ll be going back to France for winter break next Monday. The first semester ended and the dorms are progressively emptying themselves, everyone is going back home or travelling. I went shopping for gifts to give friends and family, I did get a few things but I guess that the person to whom I got the most things was… myself. Yeah, I’m a bit shameless. Anyway, if I don’t find something for some people now, I’ll just get them before I leave Beijing for good.

A few days ago, I got the screen of my French phone fixed, the guy at the LG store changed it right away. I wasn’t expecting such a fast service, cookies for them! If I wasn’t in China, I guess I’d have to kiss goodbye to that phone because there’s no way I could have gotten the screen fixed in France (lol). Now I can take better quality pictures, update my long forgotten Instagram account (Thanks, Great Firewall) and publish more photos here!

Today is my mother’s birthday, I sent her my wishes earlier in the day ♥ She texted me back: “Thank you! I forgot it was today, although I remembered last week but ended up forgetting when this week started. Thank you again my daughter for thinking about your mother.” I love my mother very much, she has always been there for me and I’m grateful for this. I hope I can continue to be by her side for a long long time!

BURGERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR~~~~~~ the 3rd season of Kuroko no Basket started airing, I’m so excited!! I’m looking forward to watching my favorite basketball idiots every Sunday ♥

PS: Ever since I came to China, for some reason, I kinda developped an addiction to fried chicken (especially Korean), やばい! .・゚゚・(/ω\)・゚゚・. Oh, and happy very belated new year 2015!

Comments (1)

  • amano

    May 23, 2015 at 8:15 am

    Enjoy while you can! Of course, send your family a warm regards often and keep in touch with them! 😀

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