Guess what!?😆 We have been living here in the Youth With a Mission (YWAM) base in Bad Blankenburg, Germany for almost a week now.📍🌍 In this blog, I am going to tell you 6 things about living in close quarters (3 good and 3 not so good). While this is a big building, there are 70 of us living here right now, so it’s pretty busy!
👍 Let’s start with the good news: 👍
- Always having friends. You don’t have to go far to find some good people. 👯
- Getting to know people really well cause they’re here all the time. 🕰👭
- There are people from 26 countries here. It’s a great way to learn about different customs and cultures. 🌍
👎 Now, here are some not so awesome things about living in close quarters: 👎
- You can’t ever get a break from people.👨👩👧👦 Your room! Family is there.👫 The shower! It’s a shared bathroom.🚿🚽
- The wifi is shared with 70 other people, so its REALLY slow. 📶🌀
- If people are having a conversation, even if there are only 2 people, you can hear it. It’s never quiet!! 💬
Of course, this is my perspective of how it is after being here for only a week,📆 so I will probably make an updated version of this in a couple weeks, and then at the end of our stay here.📑
Ok that’s all for now, byeeee!!👋😄
✌ ⭕️⛎➕ (aka peace out) ~Kamaile
5 thoughts on “6 Things About Living In Close Quarters🏘”
Wow, what a change in life, huh? However, the good news is that if you can handle this, you’ll be a pro once you go to college and live in the dorms! 🙂 Thanks for the post and keep them coming! xoxo
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Wow, I never really thought of that!😆 More blog posts coming soon. Miss you!!😘
How do you like Germany Mai Mai?
Who cooks the meals? Is it cafeteria style or everyone shares what they cook?
Hi Grandma!! I love Germany it’s so awesome😄 Mom mainly cooks meals but Trey and I help sometimes. Each group is responsible for their own food, but sometimes we share🍽 Love and miss you😘😘
Love hearing your perspective and seeing your photos! Keep posting! :-*