I know that tomorrow will worry about itself, but does that mean that I should worry about today today? After all, today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday. Yesterday I worried about yesterday, and so today I should worry about today, and then tomorrow I will worry about tomorrow. Or does that whole bit mean that the days will worry about themselves? How does a day worry?
Yesterday I sat on a plane and worried that I wouldn’t be able to fill in a customs form properly (What if it was in German? What if they asked for information I didn’t know/have?). I needn’t have worried. I didn’t have to fill in a customs form at all. Today I am mildly worried I wont be able to find the proper ATM and will then have to pay a higher fee to get cash. Tomorrow I will worry about doing Eurythmy in the heat as it’s quite humid here.
In other news, I arrived in Berlin with no problems. I was tired and nearly went straight to bed, but I arrived. Today has involved failing to actually speak German to anyone and finding a Starbucks. Because Frappaccino is still Frappaccino in German. Which was great until he asked me what flavor I wanted.
Thankfully I have some time before I may be called upon to speak any German, but in the meantime I’m quite frustrated with myself that I didn’t review between the end of my class in May and now. It’s not like I was soooo busy. I just didn’t. Not that there’s much I can do about it now. Not much but sit with the other foreigners in a Starbucks with wifi as we all notify our homeland of our whereabouts on our tiny travel sized computers.
Time for some food. Real food, not coffee food.