My sister lived in Germany for a few years (her husband was stationed there). If you go watch out which roads you take. They have a lot of toll roads and some of them only take tickets that you have to go buy (not sure exactly where though) and they are like a pass. Some are individual tickets and some are like weekly/monthly/yearly passes for those who use it a lot
It is intimidating but why not go for it and live your life to the fullest? There is a whole world outside our doors; all we have to do is take the first step out..... LOL that was probably the corniest thing ever but it was the best way I could think of to describe it
Ooh yes, Japan! I'm visiting in the summer and want to move there sometime, but the problem is that my boyfriend isn't interested in leaving the US, so that makes it kind of hard. >: And as for Cali, I'm looking for around the city since I'm sure there are more opportunities waiting for me there. Not too sure yet though @~@
School's definitely not good to rush into but I also want to get it over with as fast as I can. Guess that's why my experience hasn't been so great. D: But you're going through things at a wonderful pace, so I'm glad to hear that! <33
Wow it sounds like we have a lot in common I also want to move out of the country. I want to visit/maybe live in Japan one day.
I'll be headed to Washington state here soon so I'm headed that way also.
California is beautiful. Are you looking at one of the country side cities/towns or are you going for the "big wigs" like L.A?
True on school. I look at it though as why should I rush into it? I mean after school then it's nothing but work for the rest of my life. I want to enjoy the "trip" along the way. But then again I'm in no hurry to start a family either lol I'm not sure if I ever will be. It might change later on and maybe once I find that special someone but for now I'm happy to be able to enjoy things