Over the past week I’ve woken up at home. Finally at home, and for an indefinite period of time. I’ve looked forward to this very much since I haven’t gotten to stay in one place indefinitely for a very long time. Continue reading
There’s been so many things I’m thankful for in the past two weeks alone, not to mention the past month or year. But I feel like it’s all too easy for me to forget some of these, so I’m jotting down a quick list. Continue reading
So here I am. One day after turning in my dissertation, my final project for university, and it’s been relaxing. I’ve done all the things I’ve wished I could do back when I had to be studying and writing, and it’s been just one day and I’m already sick of it. Continue reading
Welome to day two!
(In case you missed it, here is the post about our first day in Verona.)
Torri Del Benaco
- The view of Torri from our hotel was absolutely stunning. We spent the first part of the morning taking as many photos as we could think of before going down the hill to Torri.
Day One: Travelling to Verona
- Plane to Verona!
I finally got around to visiting Oxford for the day! Here are a few favorite places I went on that trip (click any of the photos below to look closer).
1. The Eagle and Child Pub
Today started kinda ordinary. It’s my day off so I slept in a little later than I should have. It took me a tiny bit longer to get downstairs and make a cup of coffee. Instead of working on my upcoming deadline I flipped open my bible. In my mind, Jesus time was more important than starting my writing project right then…right? Continue reading
After a rather crazy week I decided that Friday would be the perfect day to just take a break from busyness and do nothing for an entire day. So here is a little list of my favorite five necessities for a successful day of nothing Continue reading
Y’all I have a thing for books. For Christmas all I wanted was books even though I’m running out of room on my shelves for them all, because there’s so many out there that sound amazing and I want to read them! Continue reading