Sweden is everything I had hoped for, and more. The people and culture here are beautiful- like melt in your shoes beautiful. The journey to Bjornkulla, where I am staying for the semester was long. I only got lost on the train a little bit, but thankfully I made it home. My room is gargantuan […]Read more "When in Sweden"
Fall semester is speeding by, so I figured I should commemorate a few of the events that have happened thus far. To be honest, I have not done anything crazy, no bungee jumping or traveling halfway around the world. In fact, I have been quite stationary. Which brings me to the most interesting(?) part of my […]Read more "Catching Up and Looking Ahead"
Summer came and went as quickly as most things in life. A month and a half of working long shifts, hours spent in the dimly lit hallways of a nursing home, money made. Looking back at my brief stint of summer ‘vacation’ there were moments that made July and August noteworthy. Days spent with Lydia […]Read more "A SHORT SUMMER"
Unbelievably, I only have eleven full days left in South Africa. Port Elizabeth has become a type of home for me, a warmer coastal home. Over the past five months, I have made incredible memories and met beautiful people. When I signed up to study in South Africa I didn’t know exactly what I would […]Read more "The End of June"
Riding down the coastline in a bright yellow beach buggy with a dog in my lap and a good friend in the seat next to me is my new definition of fun. Durban was the first time that I actually planned my own travel experience (shout out to you Glenda.) My friend Becca and I […]Read more "DURBAN DAYS"
From the Red Journal March 31, 2017 I’m on the beach outside of Something Good (a restaurant) and I saw a whole pod of dolphins swim past. That’s a good sign for the people doing the Ironman tomorrow. Dolphins mean that there are no sharks. It’s getting a little less summery every day, and the […]Read more "4:55 pm"
Already April…Read more "APRIL 2, 2017"