Saying thank you

As I’m way better writing stuff than saying it with my own words, here a short Thank you!

  1. Christel, you have been a gracious and honest person, thanks for all the advice and help in the last year
  2. Chrissy, thanks for the inspiring words, you really made/make me feel better
  3. Alec (antarus), you’ve been a real friend and to say it with your own words “It sucks to be you”; to phrase it differently, I’m really going to miss you
  4. Bryan, thanks for all the help, thanks for all the fun at FOSDEM (and after FOSDEM, hah)
  5. Ned, Alexander (pappy); you’ve both been an inspiration, thanks for letting me work on hardened foo; it has been real fun
  6. Mike (vapier), thanks for being a smart ass and inspiration at the same time
  7. Chris, thanks for the inspiration and for being a sarcastic person ๐Ÿ˜‰
  8. Andrew, thanks for trying to make a fun out of me ๐Ÿ˜› and thanks for warning me of Chris’s sarcasm

The Letting Go (why does it hurt so much ?)

As some of you know, I had some company the last few weeks by two amiable girls from Belgium. We did some hanging out, went out a couple of times and basically had a great time.

One thing I didn’t thought was possible, is them getting close to me (as in “I’d really like them to stay some time”) and as I gave them a ride to the train station yesterday, I really had my problems. Out of the sudden I had a feeling not to let them go, or is it the feeling to let friends (and I’m talking about real friends) slip by, without even knowing them for more than 3 weeks.

Well, it’s too late now; they are back in Eupen by now (hopefully ๐Ÿ˜ฅ ) and I’m probably never gonna see them again.