Tuesday, September 6, 2011

and we watched the sunrise on our walk home.

[august 23. 2011. Kiel, Germany]

a few weekends ago i spent my saturday evening
exploring the city with my new friends.

we laughed so much my stomach hurt
we danced so much my shoe fell apart.

we met less than a month ago
but
i already feel like i've known them
for years on end.

later when we were at a
british-pop-music pub
this song 

came on-
i squeeled
and then 
sang my heart out. 
every.single.word.

my new friends?
they kindly listened to me sing
every.single.word.

and even though a few people
gawked at the american girl
singing along with the music 
at the top of her lungs-

these friends-
they laughed,
tried to sing along.

when the song was over
they clapped
and
we all high-fived.

and that's when i knew:
these friends are going to be around for a long time.
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7 comments:

  1. oh anna that's so awesome! i'm a firm believer that a person can get through anything with a good support group. but it's even more special when you have a good support group with which you can have a blast in a foreign country! :)

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  2. thats so wonderful anna really happy. and yey for britishness!! xxxxxxx

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  3. Hey - long time reader (over a year now), first time commenter. I love your blog, and I'm loving reading about all your adventures!

    There is nothing better than good friends =) Sounds like you're having a wonderful time!

    Maddison

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  4. How did you make those friends? That's amazing! I'm thinking of making an abroad gap year next year (I'm from Austria), but my biggest fear is not finding friends :/

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  5. That's awesome and awesome attracts awesome so somehow I'm not surprised you found these cool people.
    Singing loudly in pubs is one of my favourite things :)

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  6. I added your icon to my blog, because I love what you do ^^ Hope you don't mind! x

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  7. Anyone who listens to your singing (not you...specifically) is a good person. No matter if you're great or terrible, an audience that understands your passion for a song and its message is a beautiful thing.

    I do, however, feel sorry for my audiences. Terrible. That's the side of the fence I fall on. :)

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