High & Low

Posted by Claudia Moser on 3:50 PM in

Thanks to Belle, the author of a very inspiring blog (Tales from a Loser - who is for sure NO loser) I received the hint for another weekly special, namely High & Low.

She mentiones that one of her blogger friends, Ailin from the blog "Memoirs fo Mrs. Harris (the writings of a military wife)" at http://ailinhandaaron.blogspot.com/ started a similar topic and I thought this is a great idea and I joined in in this spontaneous movement.

Today's Highs

1. Going home - even if I spend only 1 day away from home I am very happy to fly back this evening
2. Ate great sushi - business menu :)
3. Experienced a great winter day, with a crisp cold and sunny weather

Today's Lows

1. Woke up in an impersonal hotel room and was distressed since I did not recognise for a couple of seconds where I was
2. Had a very stressful business meeting with almost no positive results
3. Freezed in Tallinn (-28 degrees last night)

My top 3 only, but to be honest I can define this Wednesday as being quite OK, going home and that is what matters!



Great list, Claudia. I'm glad you got to go home and sorry about the business meeting.
When I go visit my sisters in Nevada, I wake up wondering where I am for a few days! It is a weird feeling.

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