Education Journey Full of Arts, Science and Happiness
Mine was the typical childhood; A typical home, too, with a mother a father and one sister. Nothing much ever happened in my neighborhood. What I mean is life was boring. I never went to school to get education, with a story more interesting than how my mother burnt her finger cooking or how I kick boxed my sister for taking my crayons. In all sense of the word, my life was boring.
I wanted more adventure and games, as well as arts and science education
I wanted to be harry porter and find out I had magical powers I didn’t know about, I wanted to be merman and find out the reason I could swim so well because I was a fish. I wanted to learn science, arts, development in different kinds of games as well as math the most out of any other subject in education. I wanted so many things. Sadly, I wasn’t any of those things, couldn’t even swim fast enough and no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t move objects with my mind. I wasn’t special although I wanted so badly to be. This is probably why growing up I wanted to move out of my home, out of my neighborhood, and away from my country. I wanted to be different.
The first time I came to Atlantica, I was a visitor
I thought I would come here a few days, experience nature, science and games, and various arts and science museums, with good education games and good food, and then go home like all tourists do. However, I came here and never left. Do not get me wrong, I am not one of those tourists who visit a country and spend all their money there till they have no way of paying a ticket back home. Far from it I fell in love with Atlantica.
While there are very many reasons why I decided to stay here the main one is the love for the antique arts, science and games. Really these hats are just something else. They awakened something deep within me. I loved how they reminded me of something from those many movies I had watched. I loved how these hats could transform any outfit. I am after all a fashionable young woman; I need things that will make me look great. The hats came in all shapes and sizes. Some so big you could fit three heads in while others you couldn’t fit your whole head in.
That first day I walked around the town, I seen nothing but games and arts
I would these fun games during the summer, and artsy hats to keep my hair moisturized and to keep the sun rays away from my face. I would wear one also during winter to keep myself warm. They are pretty handy to say the least. That is when it dawned on me; this here is a business idea. I will open an antique store for hats, arts, science and games. Because I loved these hats so much, I would make people love them too. I will have a big store with several fashionable employees who wear even the oversized hats and look good. I will make my living here in this beautiful place selling antique hats and various kinds of arts.
Another thing I absolutely love about this place is the fact that the people here are so darn friendly. Coming from a big city, I was surprised at just how friendly people are. Here people genuinely care about how your night was. They are interested to know if you are filling fine when you look a little pale. When you are sick, they volunteer whole heatedly to help you cook and do house work. In the big cities, even greetings are just for formality, most people don’t really care whether you are fine or not as long as you are not their problem to deal with.
Words couldn’t possibly describe the food here
Everything tastes very different and very, very sweet. Maybe it is my love for this place but even their pizza tastes heavenly. Everything here is wonderful. I can even begin to describe how much I love eating here. If I ever stop going for my morning and evening run, I will no doubt be obese because of how much of a foodie I have become.
This is one place that has made me feel different, unique and special. I have found a purpose for my life and I am not truly happy. This is a place I never want to leave. I will grow old here in this beautiful town selling antique hats to people who never knew just how incredible arts, science and games can be