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... about what the future may hold. It is overwhelming leaving the halls of Laurier, and realizing that the friends I have been blessed to make will not just be a hop, skip, and jump away from anymore. But you know what they say, "it's not goodbye, it's see you soon."
Today official marks being under 50 days to the adventure of a life time! 49 days! I can hardly believe that!
So much has happened in preparation for my Austrian adventure since my last post! The first ...
... university experience with my friends.
Of course I am beyond excited to start his journey and I know I will learn and experience so much but its sad that a chapter of my life that has had so many ups and downs and challenges I never expected is ending. ‘You never know what you’ve got till its gone’ has applied to too many things in my life, especially my university experience. When I think about the person I was on my first day ...
... submit my application to Krems a few weeks ago as I felt like things were beginning to roll. Now that my airline ticket is booked I can start figuring out my Visa application - the next big thing on the list.
When I started my research for participating on an exchange, I was focused on where I wanted to go and which city would be the best for me. I was flip flopping from Denmark, Ireland and England - which would have all ...
... home. Nazareth, PA was only about 9 - 12 hours away and I had 3 days to get there. Another time. Heck it's only "down the road" a bit.
I was headed east on I-64 when I made my move to go north. Ended up on #59 going to #9. This road was totally unbelievable for about 3/4 hour. I have never ever driven a road that was so twisted and hilly. Not much traffic thank goodness. I had to slow'er ...
... laundry and we headed off to the city, with Bryan driving. Lunch at the "360" on the CN Tower. The tower is 1815 feet high, with 3 observation levels. The restaurant is at 1151 feet and revolves. We had a wonderful lunch and spent the better part of 1 1/2 hours looking out over the city. Just above the restaurant, there is an attraction called Edgewalk, the world's highest "hands free walk", around the OUTSIDE of the Tower, tethered to a climbing harness ...