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Wednesday, 28 December 2011

I can't die before I go to...

When people ask me where I must go before I die I never know what to say, because I want to go to so many places, or go around the world. But since I was a little girl, my dad always talks me about Middle East. He told me that her mother was born in Palestine and that place were always in war because of the Jude people, so she came to Chile hidden in a ship, and got married with my grandfather and got impregnate. Then she taught my dad some Arabic traditions and gave to him all her food recipes, so now I’m a very good chef (jajaja). I always wanted to go there to find some family and realize that the Arabic-jude conflict is not that simple. I know I will go there, and completely cover the Middle East to share with different cultures too.

My life expectations...

In 15 years time I will be 35 years old, and I have never thought about what I’m going to do with my life when I have finished the university, I’m not the kind of person who makes a lot of plans for the future. But I think that by the age of 35 ,at least, I will have bought my first car and I’m going to be totally independent, on my own feets. I may will have a pet or maybe a good boyfriend who waits me at home while I’m working (jajaja). About social life, I really believe that I will have kept all my good friends, and also I’m going to have met a lot of new people. I may be working on a very interesting investigation proyect with greats social antrhopologists while I’m doing my Phd in some european country . Not at all, I’m sure I’m not going to have stoped painting my oils. Finally, in 15 years time I see myself as a happy woman who helps her parents to live a good old age, who loves her career, and I might be thinking about having a baby because by 35 I will not getting any younger.

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

An Anthropologycal summer...

When I went to the faculty to listen to the results of the referendum, I couldn’t believe what I was hearing; wwe had to came back to regular classes, and do all second semester in two months, because if we were not, the government would take away from us our scholarships. So I had to call my family and tell them that I would be studying all summer, including Christmas time and New Year, and consequently, I needed more money to keep me in Santiago.
I don't have problems with studying on summertime, I mean, I love my career, and I will have holydays in February. I think my subjects are not so boring; they’re very much practical this semester. It just that I'm worried because I hope to be well prepared for third grade, when I have to choosing my spatiality. Not at all, I think being studying on summer is not that bad, I only expect not to die because of the hit, and also I wait to my December paycheck to survive, jajaja…. Anyways, I’d be lying if i don’t say that the only thing i do when i begin to think about this semester is looking forward my February vacations to travel and to be with my family in Rengo.