For those of you struggling through your semester as you miss being home, I hear ya. I went to university in England and around this point in the semester I really started being homesick because the holidays were just beginning. Continue reading
The truth about coping with long distance friendships: So you’ve done it. You’ve graduated college. And now you have to face the fact that you and your best friends can no longer be joined at the hip for every second of every day anymore. It’s a truly tragic concept that you’ve spent the past three years avoiding, but now that you think of it, your mind does something like this:
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
Welome to our second day in Verona!
(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
I came home from England to the US for Christmas yesterday! *happy dance* I haven’t been home since the first week of September and I must say it has been a very long three and a half months. Continue reading
Howdy! I haven’t been on the blog in a few weeks, sorry about that. Normally I try to have a post every other week, but the end of term is rapidly approaching and with it is Continue reading
I’m gonna start this off by not actually admitting what the time was when my alarm went off. Cause I’m well aware that it wasn’t exactly the earliest time ever, but it was before sunrise so that’s all that reallyyyy matters. Continue reading