// Can you imagine? I'm at the airport in Paris, a coffee in my hand while watching the news surrounding the Gilets Jaunes. It's raining outside and even if all I want right now is to come home to Stockholm and my family, it feels pretty hard to leave. I'm on the verge of crying and I'm not sure if it is because of me leaving or coming home. I haven't taken time to meet up with everyone to say goodbye, very much on purpose. It may sound harsh, I know, I do feel a bit bad about it. I know I might not meet everyone I've met here again, but I just wanted my last memories to be good memories, fun memories. Not memories of saying goodbye. I just want to remember all of the fun times we've had.
As you all know, it's been a tough Autumn for me and nothing really turned out as I thought it would. But despite all of the hard times, this has been an amazing time and it is because of these happenings that I have actually tried to be extra grateful for everything that has happened and that I got the chance to experience this. I've never loved Paris the way I love New York, it has never felt as much as home as NY always did, but of course it is an amazing city and I truly like it here. I have enjoyed my time here in this city and it will always have a special place in my heart.
I will try to put together a post about my experiences of going abroad when I'm at home again. It is really something I recommend others to do as well, but I will tell you more about why in that post. To finish up I just want to throw out a big THANK YOU to all the people involved in my stay in Paris. You all have made my time in Paris truly amazing and I am so happy to have met you all.
My plan for this post was actually just to write about this simple but great breakfast, but I guess that's just how it is with me. I'm always writing what I'm thinking about in the moment and this is what happens then. I'll just have to do another post with the pictures from my semester here, but then again, that's just something to look forward to! Get the "recipe" for the breakie further down!