I miss playing games on my pc so bad. Think I can smuggle it to Japan with me? XD
A king is just a man with a home.
The winter season here in Australia is drawing to a close and it brings such bittersweet feelings.
I have met so many amazing people here at the snow and it feels like we have all become a family. But of course all seasons finish and people are already starting to leave. I have already had to say goodbye to lots of lovely people and I know the goodbyes are only going to get harder.
I have had the most wonderful time and I don’t want it to end. I will miss everyone I met here so much, but I am grateful for all the good times we shared. The beers, 3 dollar taco Tuesdays, nights at the Banj and the antics of the locker room. Skiing the pow pow together and making the lamest jumps off the Brumby T bar.
I hope we all get to meet again one day.
Anonymous said: Gosh you're a beauty.
Oh gosh anon how did I just see this? Thank you so much. :)
Anonymous said: What's the job? And what's going to happen to your life here?
I’m going to be a ski instructor in Niseko from late November to early April. I’m very, very excited. :) After I’ve completed the season I’m going to spend a month travelling the country, buying pretty clothes and eating all the yummy food.
I don’t imagine much will happen to my life here, unless you know something I don’t. I’ve already been away for a couple of months since I’ve been working at Perisher ski resort and to be honest I have been having the time of my life. Of course I do miss my friends and will miss them even more when I am in Japan, nut true friends will always be in each others lives in some way or another. Just because I am away doesn’t mean I will love them any less.
I am very happy and grateful that I have been given this opportunity and I am doing it for myself, not anybody else.
Tldr, I’m happy with my decision but I will miss everyone a whole lot.
I applied for a job in Japan, not expecting much and my interview was yesterday…
I got offered the job on the spot. I’m going to Japan. I leave in late November.
I can’t even explain how happy I am. I don’t think it’s completely set in yet.