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Fast-paced and thankful

Things have been moving so fast since moving to Auckland. It's been 4 days and I've already moved into my new accommodation and have a job at the clay studio nearby. I remember telling my dad that I was having a bit of a sensory overload during my last few weeks in Singapore - with all the mixed emotions about having to say goodbye to so many people and routines, balanced with the excitement about starting a new life in a new place. I didn't really know how or what to feel, there was fear and excitement in equal amounts so I guess they just crossed each other out and left me semi-catatonic. And if I was semi-catatonic then, I don't know how to describe how I feel now.

After unpacking into this new place, I finally feel like I have a little breather to make sense of things and reflect on how the week has just zoomed past. I'm excited to get back to the wheel soon and get my hands dirty with some clay.

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