Roller-coasters and snowballs.

One of a million amazing views heading to Grand-St-Bernard. Switzerland.

So this week I was planning to do a Switzerland photo mash up post, to highlight my time over there and give more of an insight into Ma Vie Suisse.. However, I only have about 10 million photos, and what I once thought might have taken me only an hour to go through and select my favourite top 10, seeeeeeems it may possibly take about… 10 years. Roughly.

So that is going to have to wait for another time.

What I will touch on however is all the emotions that have just come flooding back, merely by browsing over a few folders of pics. “My first week in France” “My first impressions of Swiss” “My suprise Birthday pary by Lake Geneva”, “When Mum visited Switzerland”… and so they go on.

I have basically just been on a rollercoaster the past 1.5 hours. From the highs I felt while tobogganing down a ski run in the middle of the night celebrating my best friend’s birthday, to the pain and anger I felt at being taken for granted from an employer after giving my heart and soul to them and their family.

I love photos though, for those exact reasons. They can pull at your heart strings and emotions in just one glance. That can make you feel a lifetime of emotions. You can instantly been taken back to that exact time and place and just in that one moment, you are back there again, flying down that mountain, squealing with excitement and a little bit of fear knowing that one foul move or one little rocky bit of ice and you are straight over the edge…
(NB: I did go over the edge, however, no damage was done and the night was not tarnished one iota.. and I laughed.. oh boy did I laugh.)

It’s going to be such a challenge for me to pick some of those photos to sum up my life in Switzerland, but I will definitely be putting myself to the challenge. It will be a good start to choosing 50 to make a photo book out of.

In the meantime, I will take the next few days browsing in and out of photos, attempting to narrow down.

Wish me luck.

<Linking up with DOASAHM for IBOT>


7 thoughts on “Roller-coasters and snowballs.

  1. I really look forward to looking at all the different pictures…. When we play soon, you should bring them…and J, so that I can hear all the stories 🙂 I look forward to that! I also love that you’re writing a blog, just so you know!

    • Thanks lovely! ha ha, They are between my laptop, J’s laptop, Computer in Switzerland… everywhere!!!! I love that I’m writing a blog too! xxxx

  2. photos are the hardest thing to sort out… i wish you well on your endeavour to create a photo book 🙂 I’m still working on one from two years ago *ahem* lol..

    i wished you luck in making your photo book. I’m still working on one from years ago – too many good things 🙂

    • ha ha.. its here! I now have two commentos from you! yes, I need all the luck I can get.. It’s definately not easy thats for sure!!! Finish yours xxxx

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