Das Foto des Sonnenuntergangs/Mondaufgangs entstanden heute auf dem Traumpfad "Virne-Burgweg". Schade, dass ich keine Panoramafunktion nutzen konnte. Mit einem Schwenk mit der Kamera hätte man sehen können, dass beide Bilder innerhalb einiger Sekunden geschossen wurden ...
One thing I would definitely recommend you to try in life as a couple is volunteering somewhere together. Not only it is a lot of fun, but it might also help you to leakproof the relationship and check how you manage to solve challenging situations. Most of the couples I know work in completely different fields, study different degrees, and meet only in the evening or on the weekend, managing to somehow squeeze a few hours of quality time and tell each other abour their day. Having your best friend as your work buddy allows you to experience a new, refreshing sort of quality time, which you create together through an active process. Working side by side builds a stronger relationship bond by creating more links of mutual existense, and brings your trust and infatuation to a whole new level.
When I checked the reviews for our current #workaway accommodation, I've seen that a lot of couples have been there before us. "Good", - I thought, since not every host is excited to receive two volunteers who would always be self-sufficient in entertaining each other. (Hosts love when their volunteers mix, mingle, befriend and show passion for exploration.) I've noticed that many girls mentioned they have naturally chosen to help with the housekeeping, while their male partners took outdoors tasks such as wood chopping, building and lifting heavy things. "Naturally" - I read once more. "Complying with rural gender clichés". At this point, I have a lot of experience with housekeeping and definitely not enough experience with the manual labor of rural life. "Gender clichés?" - , I asked myself - "Is this really what I would go by?" My answer was obvious, I think-
No freaking way.