14 March 2014

Berlin

I've been in Denmark for 3 weeks now. I see photos from Berlin on Instagram so many times a day, even photos of those blossoming cherry trees that I was so nervous of missing out on when I left the city. But it doesn't touch me at all. I'm not missing Berlin one bit; I don't have that stomach flip when I see photos of places, I don't have that once so powerful longing to be there. I don't know what it is, and it's puzzling and un-dramatic at the same time. Maybe we've outgrown each other, Berlin and I. Maybe it's time for new adventures. I don't know. I'm utterly confused about what will happen after April when I'm done with school. I have no idea what so ever. It's kind of strange not having the slightest idea of what your life will look like in two months...

4 comments:

Becca Waterloo said...

you don't really have to know! it's so exciting! everything happens for a reason... listen to your stomach flips! or lack thereof ;)

karen sofie said...

Thanks, Becca. We'll see what the future brings. I'm sure I'll look back on this period of my life one day and think it was the beginning of something really great. Whether I'll be staying in Berlin, moving back to Copenhagen, or moving somewhere else...

Johanna said...

Ooooh nooooo! But Becca is of course right, one should listen to ones stomach... Kram!

karen sofie said...

Johanna, nothing is settled at all. I'm still coming back in April :)