My package from Sweden finally arrived yesterday. It was filled
with black salty liquorice and marabou chocolate and some small
other "good to have" things. I am happy again now! Feeling so
homesick right so it was so nice to get some "Swedish" reminders.

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Since I woke up this morning, I just knew that this day was a
shitty day. I have been overly emotional the whole day and
had no control at all. And to be half across the world from
all your friends and family when you have this crappy bad days
are really the worst. I just feel like the most lonely person in the
whole world and no one here can understand me. Tomorrow
will be a better day, it just need to be a better day!

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We baked cinnamon buns for 4 hours yesterday! But it was so
worth it, they got really delicious and I love to bake, it gives me
such a harmony and I have missed it a lot. Then we went to the
Multicultural Fair and served our buns and tried out other cultures
different dishes and cakes. It was kind of hard to get really full
because you only got a tiny bit of everything and some things were
very different from our flavours that we are used to, so we didn't
even eat all of the tiny food we actually got. But it was a cool idea
and fun to have experienced! Then we went to the Cellar which is
our student pub, where we played pool and drank good cheap
drinks. I am so fucking bad at pool though, incredible bad!
But it is still fun. We moved on to the nightclub at 22, the first
one to arrive haha but we got free drinks because we were first
so totally worth it. I also got to DJ a little bit because it wasn't
anyone else at the dance floor so the DJ let me play some Swedish
songs, it was sooo fun, probably the best on the whole night.
Then we drank more drinks and play some more pool, the whole
night went very fast even though the nightclub in itself actually
wasn't that fun haha. There were not that many people there and
the music wasn't so good, but I danced anyway, love dancing!

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Today I tried curling for the first time in my life. It was fun but harder
than it looks, at least to not slip haha! But it was a nice experience.
Tomorrow is it time for Multucultural Fair, which means that exchange
and international students from STU are gathering to share food,
songs and so on, a cultural mix! We are going to bake cinnamon roles.
Then at night, we continue to the S Club for drinks and dancing.

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It's funny how different a word can mean from one person to another.
Honesty for me, has a total different meaning for someone else.
When I am saying something, I am keeping my word and I have always
been like that, so when someone else tells me something, I really
want to believe that they will do the same. But through the years,
it gets more and more clear that it's not how it works for some people.
Words can be something that just gets out of their mouth without
any meaning in what they actually are telling. I am just so tired
of this misunderstandings that seem to appear to me way to often.
Even though I know that it is this way, I still seem to fall for meaningless
words and hope that they actually mean how I interpret them.
But I will change that now, some people just are assholes and that's
just fact, and it's not me that should be sad about that, it's sad for them.

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After a quick walk "home" after the carnival and some rest in
the bed, we put warm clothes on again and head to the city for
The parade. It was really nice but so cold again, can't believe
that it can be so cold! We met up some exchange students from
UNB (university next to ours) for the parade and then we went
together to an Italian restaurant. The restaurant was so beautiful
and cozy but very expensive. But well, it's not every night that
I am in Quebec and eating in an expensive Italian restaurant so it
was definitely worth it. And the food was good, we all got so full
afterwards so we got sleepy haha! So we started to go towards a
pub but me and Emmeline went home instead because we were
totally exhausted. But it was a really nice Saturday in a nice city!

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Old town of Quebec, winter carnivals & activities. Except from the
freezing weather, it was amazing! Quebec is really beautiful and
have a lot to offer. Unfortunately, we couldn't stay and try as many
activities as we wanted at the winter carnival because the weather
didn't allow us to, it was so so so cold! I am used to cold and snow
in Sweden but today was just too much, I couldn't feel my feet
at all and I had 3 pair of pants and my legs m were still like ice.
My face was still totally red one hour after I actually went inside.

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We made it, 6 hours car drive later & we were in Quebec City. We have
just been to a restaurant close to our apartment and will probably go
to sleep soon. Trying so study some first! Tomorrow we will explore
the city more and we might explore the city in the night also to see
if they offer a good nightlife, we haven't decided that yet. But the drive
went good and it was easy to find our way here. So nice that it was
so easy to rent a car, it really makes everything so much easier!

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Tomorrow the whole school has a day off, so me and a girl from
France decided to go to Quebec City over the weekend. It's going
to be nice to come away for a while and see something else and
experience more than studies! But the weather tells us that it's
going to be a storm again tonight, which would be really bad for
our plans, so I hold my thumbs that we can make it and that the
weather gets good until tomorrow morning!

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I will hold my first presentation in school tomorrow, in English (obviously)!
I am so nervous, 25 minutes in front of a whole class. And I don't
want to read from the script, I want to talk fluently but the odds
are kind of against me. Both bad memory and an big disadvantage
regarding the speech. If I get lost, it will be way harder to try to
"come up" with something when it isn't my native language.

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