Courtyard Waterloo St. Jacobs
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It could be.. Or it could be terrifying.
For the last four years I have been in Waterloo working on my undergrad, besides from trips back and forth home, or a couple trips here and there, the future has been pretty set.
For the first time in twenty-one years the future is filled with so many options and possibilities it is both intimidating and liberating. As I sit studying for my final exam of my undergraduate degree at Wilfrid Laurier it is impossible to not ...
... just as I was starting to enjoy university. The hardest part about studying abroad for my last semester will be missing graduation with Alex and the Core G beauties. It is starting to hit me now that I am going to miss out on all of their last semester of university celebrations and honestly it makes me sad. I realize that I will have my own adventure but it doesn’t stop me from feeling sad when thinking about the fact that I have less than 4 weeks ...
I have been thinking about going on an exchange since second year and after talking with a ton of people who have gone abroad, I am beyond excited. On Sunday I booked my flight to Vienna through Frankfurt and I will officially start this journey on February 8th, 2014. While I am excited to leave Canada and start something new, it terrifies me how fast this semester has gone by and how much I still have to do before I leave. I was excited ...
... 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 ...
... Michigan, just before crossing the border.
This was the easiest border crossing we have ever had. "Where do you live?", "Where are you going?", "When was the last time you entered Canada?", "How long are you going to stay?", and "Do you have any firearms on board?". 3 minutes max.