I have nothing so say...which my husband might be shocked to hear,but I thought I would post anyway.
I am back in Joburg, along with the husband this time, for work. Driving into work from the airport this morning, I realised how at home I feel in Joburg. It's weird, I almost feel, calm more relaxed...which is probably the biggest joke, because Joburg is way more hectic than Cape Town, and of course the crime part is worse, so you would think I would be way more stressed out. But for some reason, I just don't. I think its the familiarity of Joburg, I basically know where everything is, and if I don't (because this place is massive), I more or less know how to find it. I know how Joburg people drive, compared to the drivers in Cape Town, who are clueless...only kidding!
And even though I love Cape Town, and feel at home there it still feels like a strange place in some ways...so it's good to be back in Jozi. I feel excited about coming back.
Is anyone else addicted to the US elections? Oh my word, it's better than a soap opera. The husband and I have been glued to the TV, and cannot wait for today. We obviously have our favourite, but I don't think its appropriate for me to be posting my little opinion, about something we are not involved in...once again my husband is probably rolling on the floor in laughter...me not giving my opinon on something?
On the subject of voting, I am a BIG believer in voting, no matter who you vote for, I fully believe that you should vote. I know so many people who could not be bothered to vote and its so frustrating to me...which could be us next year. Voter registration is next weekend, and we need to register in Cape Town, but we wont be in Cape Town for the election. And then we can't register in Joburg because we wont be in Joburg over voter registration! I am so frustrated, it kills me not to vote. Going to see if there is a way around it, there must be.
Oh my word, for some one who has nothing to say, this post is bloody long...my husband might actually be right?
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