Back to the Grind

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  1. Did you actually use When I tried to get a quote it said it’s only valid for trips originating in the US. So…rather useless for us Canucks.

  2. Notice first: Great eyes. 🙂 Hey, we always notice the physicalities first.

    But what do I notice first about you as a person? I’m not sure exactly what to call it. It’s something to do with your composure. Self-posessesion. You always seem very sure of yourself.

    Maybe it’s faked, but if it is, you do a good job of faking it. 🙂

    As for finding ones passion, I tell you, it’s fantastic to actually do so. I don’t think most people do. I think I’ve started to — human sexuality, etc — which is why I’m back at school at nearly 25 and loving it. At least, I seem to enjoy it a lot more than the fresh-out-of-high school kids who went because it was expected of them. It’s going to take me forever to get anything resembling a degree, but that’s okay.

    My ex boyfriend, on the other hand, hasn’t really found his passion yet. That’s not entirely true — he has, but he’s been pulled into the trap of a high paying job that he hates and has too many financial obligations to leave it to fulfil his passions. I think that might actually be worse than not having found your passion — to know what it is, but to not be able to go for it.

    In the meantime, I think “finding what drives you” to be a pretty good passion. 🙂 I’m still narrowing down the specifics of what drives me, although I’m getting a better idea. I still don’t know exactly what I’m going to do with it yet.

    Nothing wrong with enjoying the “finer things”, though. Relaxing in luxury should be seen as much more necessary than it actually is…

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