I have chosen: The life in my country.
Living in the country is so stressful; there are many cars, people make a lot of noise, heavy pollution…However, you can have nice day.
First of all, you wake up at 6.00 o’clock to go to work. You take a shower so quickly and then you make a coffee to drink it while you are driving. Ifyou’re an expert driver, you can make up in the car too.
At 14.00 o’clock you have a break to eat something. You may have some time to do some riding after your delicious lunch (Most of thetime it will be precooked food) or you could butter up your boss. It’s up to you!
Then, when you finish and you don’t have anything to do at home, you can go shopping with a colleague, itwould be a great idea if you don’t get on well with his/her. You can make up with your colleague and start a new relationship. It’d better to keep your enemies closer.
After that, youget home and you can watch the TV. If you’re boring waiting for your husband, you can cook a romantic dinner. Next, you will be ready to do your nails and your hair.
If you are single,it would be a good idea if you do a dance course. Here in Madrid, these courses are so popular.
How to fill in time at the weekend in Madrid? You can make a cake for your little boyor girl and make a reservation of place where children can play in a swimming pool of plastic balls. If you don’t have children you can do the shopping and go to the cinema. However, atthe weekend, if you don’t want to go out and you have an untidy house, you’ll have the chance to do the housework. You can call your mum up with the aim of give you a hand. I am sure thatshe’ll want to drop in your house to tell you some gossips.
In conclusion, the life of the city is very dynamic. You only have to know to appreciate it. (I know that it’s too hard)