May 25th, 2007, 11:25 am
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Join Date: Jan 13th, 2007
| | Re: Country life
Forgive me for not answering sooner but I only Checked my mail today. I was busy preparing my pupils exams. Going back to our topic, don't misunderstand me, please. what I meant when Isaid that it was boring and hard to occupy oneself in the countryside, was because actually I didn't know plenty of people first. Second, although there are TVs, dishes, of course electricity, streets,... in every house it was hard for me because i'm not used to living in that too quiet environment. i'm used to the noise, traffic, shops, supermarkets, trains, cars,...of the city. Where i used to work, there were one or two shops, no friends but colleagues, people inthe coutry doesn't have the same attitude to many behaviours like the city dwellers. I liked the place but not all the time especially at the beginning. but after making few friends, we started going out together and appreciating the place. we were able to kill time finally and stop missing our family and friends who were far away from us.
Sorry to bother you with a long explanation