Monthly Archives: October 2012

Who told you you were naked?

Small confession: I do my best thinking/venting/stewing through imaginary conversations…typically with people I would never in real life bring up the particular topic. Earlier today, I was having one of these…conversations…about one of my oh so favorite topics. The topic with which some of you must think I’m obsessed. I promise I actually do think, […]

3 Weeks

It’s hard to believe, but I only have three weeks (plus a few days) left in Romania. Earlier in the week I was running some errands, and “Time to say Goodbye” came on the radio in the cab. I felt very bittersweet about leaving in that moment. There are so many more things I want […]


There are a couple of things you all wouldn’t know about this post I would like to share. I actually got up before my alarm clock this morning and decided to take the extra time to blog since I haven’t been updating very regularly recently. For most people, this post was written between 1 and […]


From the period of May 2012 to May 2013, I will have spent more time outside of the US than in it. It’s completely crazy.  I can’t believe I can even write that statement, but it’ll be true. I just found out that I received an internship with World Vision.  I am so excited and […]

One of the Guys

I know it’s been a while since the last time I wrote.  Not too much has happened in that time.  I was sick for several days earlier this week, and, thus, decided it would not be a good idea to go to Budapest this weekend.  I’m bummed I won’t be going to my favorite city […]


I like jokes.  I especially like jokes when I get them.  Today, I heard my first Romanian joke, which was described as “an oldie but a goodie” (not even joking about that description).  The joke goes something like this (I’m paraphrasing): There was a man named Isaac who had a small house.  His wife and […]

(Not so) Hidden Doors

I think it’s important to learn something new everyday.  It doesn’t have to be a life altering piece of information–it doesn’t even have to be helpful, but we should always be learning.  I think this sentiment is especially true when you are traveling or living abroad.  If you didn’t learn something new about the city […]

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