A year ago my life was completely different, I was about to start the biggest journey of my life. A journey that brought me unexpected lessons memories and friends.
As every beginning...I had no idea what was coming next nor what I was going to learn.
And now that I look back... I can't but have this feeling that every single moment was perfect. But that's so far from reality!! Nothing was perfect, but it was even better, everything was exactly how it supposed to be and how it should be. I regret nothing and I wouldn't like it any other way.
I've learned in 10 months more than I've learned in 5 years of uni and 14 years of school.
I'm so grateful for Münster. What an amazing city to live as a foreign student. Language was never a barrier. My nationality was never a problem and my culture was always well received.
I'm so grateful that I had the best WG ever. My two awesome flatmates made me feel welcomed from the very beginning and they always made me feel at home, even though home was so far away.
I'm so grateful for the people and friends I met. Those friends slowly became my family, friends who were there in every step of the way.
I'm so grateful of all the places I went. All the different landscapes, cities, people and cultures I was able to know.
I'm so grateful for all the good moments and I'm even more grateful for all the hard times when I felt unhappy and lonely. From those moments I took the most valuable lessons.
I'm so grateful for all the experiences and the people who joined me across this journey, grateful for the ones that are no longer a part of it and grateful for the ones who still remain, even from the distance.
A piece of me will always remain there. ♥️ #münster#münsterliebe