Day Seventy Six: Good Times

What a warm welcome home from this weekend. Today I spent lots of time with really good company, ate great food, and learned a lot about Spanish. First, I had my literature midterm. It was pretty difficult, and the grading depends entirely on what the professor will give me credit for. I know I did…

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Day Seventy One: Travel Prep

I’m going to get real here. I’m ready to come home. I’ve been afraid to admit it straight out, but I did with a friend today and it helped me figure out what I’m actually feeling and that it isn’t bad. So, let me clarify. I am having the adventure of a lifetime, and I…

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Day Sixty Eight: Honestly, Stressed

I’m so frustrated I don’t even want to write right now. Everything was going great today: woke up and did yoga, learned more about it, got more time for an important assignment in class, had a successful errand run (I bought PEANUT BUTTER), edited my last required post for AIFS and sent it in, and…

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Day Sixty Seven: Sundays in Salamanca

I LOVE Sundays in Salamanca. It’s truly a day of rest here because nearly everything shuts down including grocery stores, encouraging people to stay in with their loved ones or go out and do something that doesn’t involve spending money. Usually, we wake up slow. This morning, I went out with my roommate and friend…

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Two Month Recap

Since I left home in August, I have visited eight countries: Spain, England, the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, and France. Before I leave, I will have seen two more: Morocco and Ireland. So far, I’ve loved everywhere I’ve been. My favorites are probably Sweden because all of it was impressive and comforting to…

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