Yesterday I restarted my fasting commitments - and, all things considered, I did pretty well!
As I sit and write this on day 5, it is currently half-past-three in the afternoon, meaning I have about five hours remaining before I can begin eating and drinking again.
It's tough to think about that, especially when my stomach is grumbling and I am feeling so thirsty, but all you can do is try and put your mind to other things and not continually watch the clock ticking (or, as I sometimes believe, not ticking!).
At least (erm, I guess) there have been a few follow-up earthquakes in the area following the big 4.7 shake in Zenica on Saturday morning.
Check out this video from a camera in Visoko, located halfway between Zenica and the capital of Sarajevo.
You can see the difference between how the quake is felt inside a building compared to outside on the street:
Back to the topic at hand though, as I have previously written - and I just have to reiterate it - the feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment at the end of the fasting day is really quite something.
There's always a point throughout each day where I tell myself, "No, no way I can do this again tomorrow," but, once I have a bit of a feed during the night, I compose myself and prepare to do it all over again the next day.
Again, my spirits are high and, as a person, I'm feeling more refreshed as each day passes.
Man, though, I can't wait to chow down some food in a few hours, though! Cevapi, anyone?