With less than a week left here in France, this will probably be my last post for the semester (finals and a flight are really all that remain). We'll see though; there may be a bonus. First though, this week has been pretty chill. Final presentations, end of semester discussions, and free food. CEA, my… Continue reading Top Five – Semester in France
Now that I've been in Orvieto for about three and a half weeks, I have a fairly solid routine. Since I actually covered the whole weekend in my Sunday post, I thought I'd use this one to give a little information on my day-to-day schedule. I'm a pretty structured person. I like my days… Continue reading Daily Life in Orvieto
Reading about Rome and Italy in a book is one thing, but it’s quite another to turn a corner and see the Colosseum. My second week in Italy has been absolutely amazing. Wednesday was a day trip to Tivoli, a small hill town home to two of Italy’s most amazing villas. The older one is… Continue reading Villas and Vias
Visiting WV for Christmas and New Year's
It's hard to believe that a week from now I'll be back in West Virginia! The last couple weeks have actually been pretty relaxing, even with finals approaching. Thanksgiving break was definitely relaxing, although it was a little strange to have dinner with only six people, since the meal was just for people staying in… Continue reading Going Home!
By far one of the most remarkable events of the past two weeks was experiencing some actual November weather. Although I've had a lot of Christmas drinks from Starbucks over the past few weeks while working on end-of-semester projects, it's stayed about 80 degrees here in Tucson. On Kitt Peak, however, things are different. I spent… Continue reading Veteran’s Day and the VLBA
It's strange to think that I'll be coming home for Christmas in a little over a month. This semester has gone by so quickly, and these past few weeks were no exception. After a busy week of midterms and presentations, we went to 4th Ave last week to do a bit of Christmas shopping. It… Continue reading November in Tucson