Just a short post here. You know when something big is about to happen? And you know its about to happen, but it doesn’t feel like its about to happen? That’s how I feel now. My week as a “tourist” has come to an end. In about 40 minutes I will begin meeting the people on my program and we will start our orientation.
Its exciting stuff, I’m starting this whole new phase of my life, but it doesn’t seem real to me. I will probably get nervous 39 minutes from now, but for now I feel nothing. Probably why I writing this post and not finishing up my packing.
Once a procrastinator always a procrastinator?
I even woke up this morning thinking, “maybe my my sister, Goldie, and I can go out on the lake today.” (hah, I wish! Its so humid.)
I am trying to enter this year with an open mind and absolutely zero expectations except to have a good year, learn Hebrew, and learn more about who I am and where my place in this world is.
Ok, so maybe I do have some expectations, but for the most part, I am trying not to think to hard about how I want my time on Bina to turn out. Maybe that is why this post, which was supposed to be short is not so short anymore. I don’t have any direction right now. No direct thought process anyways. I am aimlessly meandering till I get to my destination, where ever that may be. I just want to be happy.
Here are a few photos from my time in Eshkol.