I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells.– Dr. Seuss
Almost let this blog attempt die…6 days since posting last is long enough to be considered neglect. So this’ll be short as I have my first test of the semester (not joking) to study for. It felt so good to finally see my family. I’m used to being away from them for months at a time, but it was nice to have familiar faces in my foreign home away from home. Plus we always have...
If one could run without getting tired, I don’t think one would often want...– The Last Battle, C.S. Lewis
Hardly. One thing I’ve learned this semester: an ordinary day in London beats almost any extraordinary day in the US. I know this sounds harsh, but when my run consists of passing Big Ben along the River Thames and a simple Sunday shopping trip means wandering through Brick Lane and Petticoat Market…it’s easy to develop certain prejudices. Getting lost in London is almost as...
better late than never...
It is hard to believe that I have been living in London for more than 2 months already. I swear I was just sitting in my kitchen in Chapel Hill, staring at my stuffed suitcases, anxious to just get here and get settled? Luckily, from the second we landed in Heathrow, life has been moving at a million miles per hour. The frenzied pace has left me no time to agonize over how well I’m...