|Josh and Veilhem in the Nurnberg city wall apartment which|
we call the passion palace!
|Awesome community hangin out in Nurnberg!|
The boy felt jealous of the freedom of the wind, and saw that he could have the same freedom. Nothing could hold himself back but himself.
I arrived in Nürnberg, Germany. And just as quickly as I was alone last Thursday, I found what feels like family!
This story is nothing else, but amazing! Someone has to be looking down over me! 2 hours before I left ATL I went to REI (my fav store) for some last minute things. As I was talking about my adventure that was starting in just hours, I heard someone sitting down say, “wait where are you going?” Turns out he (Bill, who I now call Vielhelm, the German name for William. I find it necessary.) was going to Germany the next day to start an internship program for Siemens through GA Tech. Anyways, we talked for about 1 minute, exchanged info and I left to go to the airport.
|I wish you could read all of this awesome painting|
that sits on the wall of the Passion Palace!
|Second floor of the Passion Palace!|
When I wrote the last blog I had no idea this would happen! Choosing happiness, finding peace, and being content has been the start of many lessons learned.
Stepping out of my comfort zone was the first step… and that was pretty freakin hard and scary! But if I didn’t, I would be missing out on an adventure that every so often brings, if you will, an “Ave Maria”!