Too sad.Maybe you should head off to some of the bazaars and show us some wonderful treasures so we can all be jealous.. hehe Or show us some new images of St Sophia or the Blue Mosque. But yes it must be sad to be back in the city again. Take care Julie
I sympathize! I have lived in towns the world over for years and wanted a change. Now I live in the countryside and love my little house in the woods and the deer and squirrels and trees but don't know a human soul in the neighborhood! I have to drive more than 1 hour to see a friend. Nobody to have coffee with around here. Mmm, there has to be another way. Still, it is very peaceful here ...Hope you adjust to city life again and have fun with your friends in the neighborhood!Miss Footloose, flapping her foot, wondering if she should go some place else.www.lifeintheexpatlane.blogspot.comTales of the Globetrotting Life
i'd find little quiet spots amidst the hustle of city life for the next few days...soon enough you'll be up to the city pulse
I know!!!! I hate it!!! but you had the perfect summer!
I guess all good things must come to an end??? OR at least change/adapt into other good things!! I'm betting you will dazzle us all with spectacular new stories and adventures and we can't wait to join you on more journeys through this fabulous city.
That kind of shift will take some adjustment!But there are many urban delights too - how lucky you are to be able to enjoy both.
Oh, girl. I feel for you. I'm not cut out for the big city life (anymore). I need nature and sea around me.
Oh, I just felt for you when I say these pictures. I've been off blogging for the last week, so I strolled back in your postings and must say I love the go to memories you collected and shared with all of us. So beautiful, thank you for taking us along, I've so enjoyed my virtual vacation with you.
I change like this 2 weeks town 4 weeks quiet.Sometimes I never settle long enough one place.Au get over it!!(I say to myself)
Talk about a rude awakening! Wow! I hope adjustment comes soon and easily....
Wow, must be a shock to the system! Hang in there, you'll come around! ;)Please come visit my blog, I have awarded you the "Seu blog e majic" award!http://naturallyjules.blogspot.com
That is quite a shock! Best of luck settling back into life in the city.
Big difference!! It's always hard to get back to 'real life' again ;-/ Hope you'll adapt soon :-)
Oh oh.... That looks sad... Its better to take a mini-off every weekend, so u feel this bad...My Travelogue, Savoir-Faire
I'd be depressed also.
Takes time to adjust - a big change and offering different delights in life :)
I totally get you.... I would be depressed too :(
oh no!do you think if we all went on strike, summer just wouldn't end? sigh.
I felt the same way after my trip to the states this summer... sigh.
I don't blame you, that top picture is so wonderfully peaceful.
That's a hard adjustment! I live in the country and love the peacefulness but the city has a lot to offer too and I sometimes miss that. I lived in Los Angeles, born and raised, until I was 30. I then moved to a very small town. It's beautiful but I sometimes miss all the action. Hang in there!