Three years ago yesterday, I did one of the scariest things I could imagine. Three years ago today, I embarked on one of the best experiences of my life. I left on Jan. 7, 2015 to go and live in London, England, for four months. Getting on the plane and flying solo for the first time, let alone overseas, was the most terrifying thing I had done. I hugged my parents goodbye at security, and then didn’t look back, because I knew if I did, I would probably burst into tears and have to be sedated. And we’d already paid for me to go, so there wasn’t really another option.
As you may or may not know, when I did my study abroad to London a couple of years ago, Mom and Aunt S. came and visited me over spring break, and we went to Paris, Frankfurt, Berlin, and Prague. Paris was probably my favorite, and here are a few things that you often hear about Paris that I didn’t find to be true.
Hello all! I know it’s been a while, but I’ve been a little busy, graduating and stuff. 😉 More about the stuff later. Since by time in college has been coming to an end, I have been thinking about lessons that I learned while in school. Some serious, some silly, I decided to compile a list of highlights of lessons learned over the past four years. So here’s 16 thoughts about college from a member of the class of 2016. Continue reading