Barcelona is near

There is big change ahead of us. This word keeps getting repeated in different conversations, and it makes Missy smell both excited and nervous.

What I understand is that it’s a new place. Not just for a couple days like we usually do but for months and months.

Apparently it has something called the ocean, which thrills Missy a lot, but it also has heat and strict rules for rental, and having to go to the office more which make her tense.

I don’t know what to think. I like it here, on the hill, close to the woods but Missy needs a change. And people. So I asked our AI friend: What does it take to be happy in Barcelona?

Barcelona is a city known for its vibrant culture and beautiful architecture. But for many people living there, happiness can be elusive.

For Maria, happiness came from exploring the city’s narrow streets, taking in the beauty of Gaudi’s masterpieces and savoring a delicious paella while listening to the sounds of a street performer.

For Pedro, it was found in the bustling energy of the markets, where he would haggle with vendors over the freshest seafood and bargain for handcrafted trinkets.

For Ana, happiness was found in the simple pleasures of life, like enjoying a morning café con leche at a local sidewalk café and strolling along the beach, feeling the sun on her face and the sand between her toes.

These are just a few examples of what it takes to be happy in Barcelona. In the end, happiness is a personal journey, and each person must find their own path. Whether it’s through exploring the city’s rich culture or simply enjoying its beauty, the key to happiness in Barcelona lies in living life to the fullest.

Delta, the AI

Living life to the fullest – doesn’t it sound great? I think we’re gonna be really happy there indeed.

This post is part of the A to Z blogging challenge of April 2023.
Topic of this year is “The AI, the dog and the witchling”, real and fictional stories partially written/inspired by Artificial Intelligence, featuring Mia and Missy.
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12 thoughts on “Barcelona is near

    1. Thank you so much, that’s a very nice comment, really appreciate it! I like working on simple designs, although don’t have the patience to do/learn elaborate ones 🙂 but I’m very happy you like these!

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  1. Fascinating theme! Living in another country is challenging for sure, and there’s nothing quite like it to stretch and grow us. Here’s hoping you and Mia will love it. #atozchallenge


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