Category Romania

Two Weeks

Today I had a somewhat startling revelation: I left DC two weeks ago.  Time has certainly flown by!  It’s hard to believe so much time has gone by already.  I know part of the reason it feels like I haven’t been here as long is because I was in Dar for half a week and […]

The Journey Home

Well, I am back in the States and at my parents’ house in time for Thanksgiving (and Black Friday).  I honestly did not believe I was going to make it home in time for the holiday. I don’t think I’ve ever been so thankful to be home for Thanksgiving.  It definitely adds an especially contemplative […]


For those of you who don’t know me in real life but have been following this blog, you may find it curious that I’m posting today. I’m supposed to be on a flight back to the States after all. Well, unfortunately I’m not. Less than 12 hours before my first flight was supposed to take […]

No Boys, No Babies

As some of my friends know, I have two rules for this trip. So, I wanted to officially share those rules and give an update as to how I have faired. 1) No boys: I don’t do well with casual dating, and I wasn’t going to be here long enough to start anything serious. So, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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