April 26, 2010

Village bread, cheese and olives

I am sitting in a room full of boxes, reflecting on things that happened recently. Boxes, because I am moving. Remember the village I mentioned in my other post... the town I am moving to is actually pretty close to that village. I don't remember myself looking forward to a move this much before!

It was July 2009 I stepped into a full time job at private sector adventure right after the graduation - and quit about two weeks ago. Somewhere, someone in this world has used that exact period of timing to birth her baby. And I, like a pregnant mother - not to underestimate the greatness of it - learned a lot at the job. I didn't get to see the baby walk her first steps though! I couldn't, given that I had to move due to family relocation.

I'd ideally like to work related to / for / with LGBTQ community. I've thought about the pathways. It could be as in get experience as an intern, then proceed from there. Or I could get a Master's degree in Gender Studies. Each option has its own differing probability at the time of writing them down. So I figured myself a way that'd probably make me very happy IF I could accomplish getting there. However, I am just going to be open to any opportunities that arise along the way. If one insists on only accomplishing a certain goal, it might not always work out as expected.

Speaking of which... if I could just go to Spain and blog the culinary wonders from there... Mmm. Don't get me excited just yet.

I got carried on...

Back to topic!

Since most of our stuff is packed - that includes everything in kitchen - and I can't cook... I am just enjoying simplicity in my diet for now.

Back to village bread, cheese and olives.

Some typical must have components of Turkish breakfast - except for I am consuming them at 00:08 am at the moment! Such an early-bird eh.

Catch up with you soon!


  1. Congratulations on the move! I can't wait till when you start showing us pictures =)

    And gosh, if you're moving to Spain, PLEAAAAAASE tell me!! I'd visit you in a jiffy! Talk about tapas, cocktails, architecture, design...oooh. What a pleasant thought for the morning. =)

  2. It looks like you've been very busy. That's great!!! Good luck with your move!

  3. AnonymousMay 01, 2010

    good~ keep sharing with us, please....I will waiting your up date everyday!! Have a nice day........................................

  4. AnonymousMay 12, 2010

    Good luck good luck good luck 8) Hope you soon settle into a cozy place where you can play in the kitchen!

  5. Good luck in your new home. This is my first visit ti your blog. I had planned only to say hello and then move on. I started reading some of your earlier posts and stayed far longer than I planned. I really like the tone of your blog and will be back as often as I can. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

  6. Hello my blog friend! I wish you luck on your move! Spain sounds fantastic, have some wine for me!

  7. Hello Ozge! It's been so long since I've visited - I hope that since this post, you have been doing well after your move! I am almost finished with my degree - just one more online course to complete - and then I look forward to deciding what my next path will be, too. Hope all's well with you!

  8. What a great blog!

    Have a nice time!


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