Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Life Lately | June


June was a month split exactly into two halves: the first 15 days were my final moments in Germany, my chance to say goodbye to the people and places I've loved the last five months in Europe. The second 15 days were spent at home, reconnecting with my family and revisiting all my familiar haunts in my hometown. Though settling back into my old life has been surprisingly easy I miss my life in Germany, where I could hop on a train and be in another country in less than two hours, where I could immerse myself in different cultures in a matter of hours, and where every day was a new chance to explore something I didn't know or understand but knew it was another story with another memory of my time abroad.

Of course all good things must come to an end, but there are also more adventures ahead. In less than 2 weeks I will be heading north for a new job in Massachusetts where I will stay for the remainder of the summer. In the meantime I have two term papers to finish, a stack of library books to read, and all the iced coffee in the world to drink. It's the most unusual summer I've ever had yet it's been full of its own moments and memories.


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