Scared of the sparklers.
Well, San Juan has come and gone and I can’t say I’m all that sad to see it go. Having been here in Barcelona two summers ago, I had celebrated San Juan then and quite enjoyed myself. The corresponding regional traditions of San Juan include bonfires on the beach, running into the ocean at midnight,Continue reading “Rookie Mistake”
Well, Cass and I have been here four days now but it feels like it’s been longer. As we continue to reintroduce ourselves to the city, some areas seem completely new while others are navigated like the back of my hand. To fill you in, Thursday (our first full day here) we met Bri atContinue reading “Sun’s Out – Everything’s Out”
So Cass and I have arrived safe and sound in Barcelona. Our luggage arrived in time and in one piece, and we are now settled in comfortably in Petra’s apartment, which as she describes is located in the neighborhood to the right of Eixample. Our journey was from Omaha to Chicago to Madrid to Barcelona.Continue reading “I should hate to be predictable.”
MyEdu student blogger shares where life after undergrad is taking her! Life After Undergrad: Taking a Path Less Traveled – The Halls
“Summer romances begin for all kinds of reasons, but when all is said and done, they have one thing in common. They’re shooting stars, a spectacular moment of light in the heavens, a fleeting glimpse of eternity, and in a flash they’re gone.” – Noah, from the Notebook
Mom, myself, and Aunt Charlotte! Quite the ladies.