My phone tells stories: Ten recently discovered truths

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1. Germany is beautiful (see evidence above).

2. Should I – because and despite everything – settle in London, I would have to live next to Regent’s Canal. I cannot count the number of times I have walk from Victoria Park/Haggerston to Angel and just how therapeutic this has been. Screw the Overground!

3. Wine is the new beer.

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4. I will never be a true artist. (A professor laughed at my piece of expressionism. He laughed and asked “What is this?”. And then he said “I like the irony in your work”. There was no irony, just pure art, I promise. I destroyed the piece afterwards. #heartbroken)

5. Time is the most precious and valuable currency in 2014 and forever.

6. Flowers enhance the quality of life by approximately 158%.

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7. Graduating is somewhere between awesome and scary. It changes daily.

8. The same thing applies to life. And the future.

9. Hearts are too fragile to be played around with constantly. I am currently wrapping mine in an ocean of candy floss.

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10. I suck at taking selfies. (That beautiful face is my friend but my own will be right here next month, promised.)

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7 responses to My phone tells stories: Ten recently discovered truths

  1. Of all the countries I used to live in I miss UK the most…here on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. I used to walk along Regent’s Canal a lot, too. So, cherish every moment because once you leave for good, it’s all over. Even if you will feel like coming back at some point, it will never be the same.

    • Caroline – Author

      Thanks so much for that, it’s so true. It will never feel like home again… whoa. That’s a lot to take in. I’m sending a bit of London’s (currently grey) skies to wherever you are 🙂

  2. wildmaiden

    Wine is def the new beer lol and omg flowers need them always in my life.ooh Germany i love it cant wait to go this summer

    • Caroline – Author

      You’re not gonna tell me what that is, are you!? : ) Big love to Paris!

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