Apologies for the delay in writing… one moment you’re applying for grad school, the next you’re way deep in articles, class, and the underground. But, I’m back! I decided to dip out on America early and head to Ireland two weeks before my MA program began to catch up with my Ireland friends, eat every… Continue reading Hello, Dublin, My Old Friend
“Who are those blonde girls always in your pictures?” As an introvert, I have this (maybe irrational) fear that I will never make new friends in adulthood because I am simply too shy to approach a stranger and ask if they want to be friends. Note: I can’t be the only one who feels this… Continue reading BAES.
I recently came across this article that discussed an American’s observations about England when he visited a few weeks ago. People are always asking me what’s different about living here, so why not jump onto the bandwagon? Here is what I’ve noticed about Dubin / Ireland: Dairy is far superior to anywhere else I’ve been Dryers… Continue reading American Observations about Dublin & Ireland
“Where to, miss?” The older cab driver picked me up outside of Dublin airport, in almost the exact same spot I had been dropped off at two months prior. After giving the cabbie my new townhome’s address, we raced down the expressway. It was 6 am, still dark, and the quiet streets were just beginning… Continue reading European Endeavor Part II
A while back, I was introduced to Ruth through our mutual friend, Maggie. Ruth’s one of the most interesting people I know! She and her husband, Simon, live in a yurt on a farm about an hour away from Dublin. While I love Dublin, sometimes it’s nice to get away and enjoy a simple day… Continue reading Hashtag Hipster Yurt Life
One of my favorite teachers EVER from high school recently got in contact with me about participating in her daughter’s Flat Stanley project! Of course, I obliged. For those that don’t know, Flat Stanley is a book about a a little boy who gets flattened by a bulletin board and uses this to advantage by… Continue reading A Day With Flat Stacey
What would a decent blog be without an honest post about feelings? Don’t get me wrong, life abroad genuinely makes me happy. In fact, I awkwardly don’t feel entitled to feel feelings that aren’t so peachy because I know I have it good compared to others. Like, how can I complain that my abroad situation… Continue reading An Eeyore Day