It’s nearly eleven o´clock, and I’m writing on my presentation about air pollution in London. I have the presentation on November 3rd. Had the grammar exam today so I am a little tired but also got the test results from the phonology exam, I passed. I am in a flow right now. I am reading about health issues with environmental pollution and nuclear weapons. All the good we could do with all the money (it is a couple of billions) we spend on weapons of mass destruction. So sad.
I have invited my four sisters Carolina, Vanessa, Alexandra and Desirée (from the oldest to the youngest with me in the middle) for dinner in early December. But when we talked about the occasion we noticed that we had a small problem. Or maybe it’s not a problem, rather a chance to think properly, so we don´t exclude anyone. We are two vegans in the family, me and Dea, Ajja is a vegetarian, Carro probably eating everything and Vanne has an LCHF like lifestyle.
How do you make sure nobody will be excluded? To say to someone that they can eat before or bring their own food is not a way to make people feel welcomed. I do want us to eat the same food. We will definitely come up with something good, but it made me think about how we can integrate our lifestyle with others who have chosen another lifestyle without making it difficult or unnecessarily big.