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This has been a great experience for me. The first couple of days you dont always feel too well. You adjust to the fluid
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"This has been a great experience for me. The first couple of days you don't always feel too well. You adjust to the fluid shifting, how to fly through space without hitting things or anybody else. But then you get in a groove"

- Laurel Clark

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This quote by Laurel Clark speaks to the experience of adapting to a brand-new environment. It is clear that the first few days of the experience were hard, as she points out not feeling well and having to discover how to navigate the space without hitting anything or anyone. However, as time went on, she was able to change and enter a groove. This talks to the concept that it takes some time to adjust to a new environment, but once you do, you can discover a sense of comfort and familiarity. This quote is a tip that it is necessary to be patient and offer yourself time to adjust to new situations. It is likewise a reminder that with effort and time, you can find a sense of convenience and familiarity in any situation.

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Laurel Clark This quote is written / told by Laurel Clark between March 10, 1961 and February 1, 2003. She was a famous Astronaut from USA. The author also have 28 other quotes.

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