Well, I’m not too sure whether this will be the last post of this blog or if I will keep going… maybe I will start up another blog to keep going, because over the last ten months, I’ve enjoyed writing this blog as I am hoping you enjoyed reading it.
As I am sure you can guess; I am now home in Sydney. I arrived yesterday morning and was back home with my family about three hours after touching down at Sydney International Airport. You have gotta love these new e-passports, I was off the plane and at the baggage carousel within about 30 minutes and breezed through security and immigration. It was nice to come home and see my family, get caught up on everything that has happened over the last ten months.
They always say that life moves on while you are away and that is certainly the case. I’m getting use to fitting back into the system that is the family, getting use to new routines; but most importantly, getting use to being back where the journey all began.
I think back to that time, almost a year ago when I said goodbye to this house, as I wasn’t sure when I would see it again. I said goodbye to my old life, the adventure that I had been on for that part of my life and I said hello to the new adventure and I have said to before, but I will say it again (and not to pad out this blog) but the chapter of my life in the United Kingdom might be over, but there is a new adventure coming. I’m looking forward to spending some time catching up with friends and family, most importantly my loving girlfriend, and then getting back into work. I’ve already applied for about 9 different full-time positions that start next year and there will hopefully be some casual work when I send out my updated resume this week.
I do hope that this won’t be the end of my blogging, but maybe the start of a new blog. I’ll keep this blog online as a reminder and a portal into the most amazing adventure that I could have ever imagined having. I will never forget what I learnt, experienced and lived while I was over in the United Kingdom, because it is a part of who I am now and that is something more than pictures can ever show me.