What if I fall? Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?
This post is either the first after I came back home and the last here which will summarize my experience I got during EVS and how I’m now – at home. I will talk about what would happen it I had chosen other path of my life.
What if I hadn’t found EVS project in Romania? What if I had stayed in my country? The answer is very simple – everything would probably went by scenario “(Un)happily ever after”. It means everything would be planed: studies, work, future husband and so so on… Everything would be clear and predictable. Maybe for someone it is nice and I don’t say that it is bad, but… I was looking for something deeper.
EVS gave me so immeasurable experience, new best friends, new ideas, new thinking, more courage, more adventure and everything that I could find only during my EVS in Baia Mare. I will never regret this. Maybe now I have a hard moment boring moments and it is not so easy to implement myself back to my society, but I believe that I just need to have some patient, be relaxed and wait, but at the same moment don’t stop looking for the best place for me next.
I want to wish for everyone that never give up on dreams, on what you believe and find your own perfect way!
For the end, Irene and Alina – you were my family, persons who have provocative pictures and videos of me, who know my secrets, with whom I shared my worries and happiness. After those 10 months I call you my sisters and always will do. Take care my dears!
Aslo, I want to thank my great host organization YMCA Baia Mare and co-host YMCA Romania. You gave me a amazing opportunity to see the world wider and make my comfort zone bigger. Wish all the best in your work and future projects. Remeber that in Lithuania there is a girl who will always open her home door for you.
And I’m saying big big thanks for everybody I’ve met, I’ve traveled with, all drivers for picking-up all hitch-hikers, all good people who helped me somehow. You all made me a better person!
Bye! La revedere! Ciao! Hasta lavego! Iki!