French Mum, humanitarian, restless explorer and doer on sabbatical in Cebu (Philippines): one Attila in each arm, I am exploring the “toddlers safe” corners of the region, while trying to keep some room for Me.
It is all here. And the bigger the bag, the bigger the mess, and the Iphone is missing!
I make regular attempts at organizing, eliminating, rationalizing. But they never last. I can’t leave the house without a note book, a couple of pens, a book and a lip balm. My colorful wallet, bought in a little NGO in Phnom Penh. My camera as well, as I can’t rely on the batterie of my phone anymore. I forget my keys much more often than any of those precious items. Don’t ask me for the Olaf socks, I don’t even remember how they ended up in here. Pictures of the Attilas for the renewal of our visas. Useless Thai coins, an Euro, unreadable receipts (one day, I’ll really keep track of it all!), hair pins, hand sanitizer… Get the pieces of the puzzles all together, and you’ll see me.
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