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A Significant Event in My Life As I had booked the flights to leave England early in the morning, I had arrived at my grandmothers house, in Slovakia, at roughly 1:00 in the morning!

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A Significant Event in My Life As I had booked the flights to leave England early in the morning, I had arrived at my grandmother's house, in Slovakia, at roughly 1:00 in the morning! On the plane there was something that I was looking forward to, it was the clouds blanketed onto the thin air. As a child I enjoyed the scene, and as the sun was waking up and peeking over the top of the clouds it was a blissful view for another exiting adventure in Slovakia. So on an ordinary day in my hometown, Drienovec, in Slovakia, I was staying with my grandmother, as I usually do for school holidays when I can. As I came into the great traditional house in the heart of Drienovec, my mind was rushing as I always have a domicile and safe and sound feeling as soon as I step into my home there. ...read more.

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I was utterly jetlagged and well and truly tired from the tedious hours of travel. There was that vivid light that shone through my window from the church down the street was just divine and just right; it had a pattern that was out of this world as the golden light was shining through the church. The church's side is made out of glass, it is a huge window of colours, and the decorated glass window was piercing through the light like a waterfall of holy colours. It was bright, but just perfect to rest my eyes on as I lay on my bed. It was not too dim, nor too harsh of a light it felt as if it was made just for my eyes to stare at after. It was as pure as untouched snow, but had a warm vibe about it. ...read more.

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The church's side is made out of glass as most are, and there is a huge window full of a brightness which pierced through the light like a waterfall of holy colours. I lay back, sighing. I felt a surge of happiness as it dawned on me just how powerful of an impact this place had on me. I examined the ceiling before closing my eyes. The moment was perfect. Too perfect. It felt like a joke to me- as if happiness and me could ever mix. But this place proved me wrong. My home proved me wrong. I was myself, in this startlingly breathtaking country, at I was myself, in this startlingly breathtaking country, at peace at last. It is like a reflection from a normal day in Drienovec, and I just lay there, staring, until I sink to deep sleep. ...read more.

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