My thoughts from before have reappeared again.
Is it just me, or are some of you guys awkward greeters too?
I mean, I am fine when it comes to speaking to people and meeting them, but when it comes to the ‘do you hug? do you kiss the cheek? do you hug and kiss the cheek? once? twice?’
I have messed this up quite a few times now and a really bad one was when I was on a date with an incredible guy. He went in for the hug, then kiss, whilst I sort of awkwardly went in for two hugs, then couldn’t let go as my brain was going into a panicking spasm of solutions!
Is it just me that does this?
And what do you guys think the easiest way to avoid this is?
Is there a smooth way to dodge your mistake?
An update on what has been going on since my last post!
So basically I eventually managed to get out of that farm, after asking them about 3 times to leave and they just kept wriggling their way out of it.
She did flip out on me and have a good shout, but she nicely took me to the train station the next morning.
I have had so much stress even after it now, luckily I’m starting to chill out again though!
Anyway, now that I am not at a farm, I am not too sure on what to do next.
I would get another job, start saving again but it’s not too easy at the moment (I’ll explain at another time) but I am also thinking of doing some travelling whilst I am here.
I am not sure if I want my second year visa any more, I would like it to be there as an option, but this last farm has really put me off going anywhere else for the time being!
So, I think that I am going to try do a little bit of travelling and then I will get a job when the time is a lot better. I want to make the most of my australian experience whilst I am here now!
I also realised that I have uploaded my newer short videos since Byron Bay – so I am going to do that tonight for you all! 😀
Look out for them tomorrow, I will probably post a link to it via my blog anyway.
I want to thank everybody that supported me and gave me some really good advice whilst I was dealing with that last situation. I really appreciate it, especially when you’re on the other side of the world with nobody else around – it means the world to me, to have people supporting me!