No, not at all! I’ve mentioned before that in fact I appreciate it, as long as it’s done in a nice way :)
The Netherlands! So my mother language is Dutch.
Thanks! Learning something everyday 8D
Good evening wolfies! How is everyone doing? :)
I had an appointment at the hospital today - I will be having my jaw surgery upcoming january! Excited (and a little scared)!
And tomorrow I’m going to give my workshop in 3D drawing and 3D printing to kids at a primary school again. They are so cute - faith in humanity restored, lol. After 3 years of internshipping at high schools, I lost my motivation for becoming a teacher, but this is great! Setting up your own workshops and give them as well to an audience that come there by choice is such a difference.
And then friday David and I are going to London again! 50th Doctor who anniversary, here we come! I missed that city, I’m so glad we just randomly last minute decided to go - I can use a little break.
Working in the hospital’s cafeteria because I have to wait another 50 minutes for my appointment. The last time I sat in a hospital cafetaria was after I said goodbye to my dying uncle, meh. It’s been almost a year ago, and I didn’t see it coming that I would think about him almost everyday.
Aweee don’t be nervous to talk to me!
In my country (The Netherlands), in primary school we get Dutch and English. Then in high school, languages you get mandatory classes in are Dutch, English, German, French, and in some high schools also Spanish. Boo yeah!