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Archive for January 2010

I Wish Someone Had Told me…

January 25, 2010

This entry might sound depressing at first but give me the benefit of the doubt until the end. It’s happy, positive, perhaps even corny so just keep reading, thanks. It’s been five months since I arrived I’m at the halfway point of my year here. Term 1 ends this week with Term 2 beginning in […]

I did it…I rode the bus…

January 17, 2010

This week my ESI teachers and I will reach the halfway point of our year here overseas. At times like these it is good to be a bit reflective on where we are and where we are going. Today I want to talk about adjusting to the culture here. I have learned a lot. I’ve […]

This is Home.

January 6, 2010

First the facts. I am in a wildly foreign country to my own. The language is different, the buildings are different, the school system is different, the way people sneeze seems different. It’s pretty crazy to consider all at once. Now since I arrived here in Sokolov in late August I have had the opportunity […]

I saw Fulham!…and London too…

January 2, 2010

So this is my last night in London and as I should be horribly tired and busy with travel and school until probably Wednesday I thought I should give a recap while it’s fresh in my mind. I ended my trip by going to my favorite English soccer team, Fulham Football Club (they play in […]