Farewell To The Land Down Under
Mis à jour : 2 févr. 2019
This by far has been the hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life. Leaving someone you love is always hard, but leaving a whole bunch of people that you love, have a whole life of memories
and adore is even harder!!!
My last day in the land down under was on the 16th of February 2018 (the day after we got back from our cruise) and boy, all I did all day was unpack from my vaccation and pack up my whole life (well what I could fit) to embark on a new journey, in a new country away from my family. For people who know me personally know that Tayla and I have been wrapped in cotton wool our whole life from Mumma Grace, but it was time to spread my wings and be a Big Girl.
Tay and I were never allowed on trains until I was in grade 11, I didn't drive on my own until I was 20 (I got my license late), but even still when I had my Provisional 1 (P1) license Mum still didn't want me to drive alone. Mum is always so worried about where we are and what we are doing, just like another Mother would, but she has let go a little since I turned 20 I would say. Not saying she cares any less, but I think she just realised that Tay and I are growing up.
On my last day I had a whole bunch of my loved ones come together to send me off on my journey, family, friends, my old and still close dancing friends, new friends & adults who have watched me grown from such a young age and not to mention my beautiful and favourite little boy Major (my dog) who is getting so old and I'm going to miss terribly. It was so beautiful to just catch up and see how much I really am loved here and how much I'm going to miss being around these people who have had such a huge impact on my life.
17th of February 2018
Today is the day I say farewell and I'm so nervous, scared and sad to say goodbye to my homeland down under. I don't really know what else to say about the experience other than I'm overwhelmed and extremely emotional to leave, so here's the link to my vlog so you can watch my emotional breakdown and journey instead!
The best advice I can give you before moving to another country alone is to mentally prepare yourself for it, that it's not going to be easy and if you're moving to a country with an extremely different climate to you that you may feel depressed.
Peace and Love Always,
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