You know, I planned on sleeping early today. I really did.
LIKE I DO EVERY DAY
Instead, I stayed up late researching more than I ever wanted to know about flying with a cello and cello flight cases, and how to get from Munich to Rome in a way that is safe enough that my mom won't worry and pay extra $$ to accompany me. Oh, and watching youtube videos of violin duets and discussing them with violin friends. I FEEL LIKE SUCH A GEEK.
Did I mention that I vacuumed my room today?
If the me from five years ago saw the me from now, I don't think she would recognize me. Vacuumed! Really?
So the Italy thing isn't really set in stone yet, because Mr Kim is sloppy and didn't bother to deal with any of the logistics or follow up on anything
I'm beginning to understand why he likes Wooho so much, they must be kindred souls
and now he's off on a business trip! Sloppy sloppy. Doesn't that kind of remind you of our gathering-planning skills? Oh yes. (koffDebrakoff)
But in any case, during all this research, the question that inadvertently rose to the top of my mind was--
Why am I constantly sacrificing Asia for Europe?
All right, I admit, Japan is part of Asia. But it's just... it... Japan just doesn't count, you know? I suppose in some ways you could really just change that to--
WHY DO I KEEP SACRIFICING TAIWAN FOR EUROPE?!?!!?!
T_____________T I miss Taiwan so much~~~~~
Obviously (if it goes through), the choice isn't even a choice. Italy > Taiwan, no matter how you look at it. A festival like that (esp w/Mrs Kim ♥) is a once in a lifetime experience.
But oh, the nightmarkets.
And oh, the 小吃s.
And the bookstores.
And the cheap cheap clothes.
And the noise. And the people. And the alsjdglajshblja jbjad;gjlajdf;askjfs GIVE ME TAIPEI. NOW. T___________________T
Asia Asia Asia. Asia > Europe. /sulksaddendum:
After all that thorough research and deliberation, I think I have decided to purchase a case that, in all ways, looks like a coffin.