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... Islands for about a month. The 22 hour flight (that starts tomorrow and gets in Wednesday morning) might be a little painful and I'll probably be pretty weird my first day in Auckland (landing at 7am), but I can't wait to experience some NZ ...
... I was finally selfish, Gets hot chocolate, to check that my new credit card works (should've checked it earlier of course, sigh, but we try our best!) waiting for my flight to Shannon Airport, Ireland. I'm greeted by the young cashier, "oh my, you have lovely eyes! How blue!" - so thats my hot chocolate story.
seatmates were Ed and his son, Ed is a "Tipp" man (from tipperary). they upfront told me they cant sleep on flights, I told them teh same, so we became best friends. ...
... It is with the Boston Ballet Company here in the south end of Boston. It is about a twenty minute walk from campus. I will be working in the Ballet School part in their education department. I believe that this will require a lot of data entry and other tasks like that, but I am so excited. It is unpaid but will give me great experience to add to my resume. As I want to go into arts administration, this is going to give me a huge opportunity to learn about the field and ...
... am very excited to get to know campus better and feel more at home here. Later on Thursday we went to an honors event talking about a book we read over the summer and then a BBQ outside where we met more people. It is so fun that everywhere you go, you just sit down next to someone new and introduce yourself. We went to bed early because we knew we had to get up early the next morning.
Friday, today, was all about team building. They took the entire ...
... wife of the 6th earl of Dysart, posing as Miranda from Shakespeare's 'the tempest'. The special exhibition when I was there was on quilts so I figured I may as well have a look! It was the collection of two collectors that had found most of the quilts in Germany or Holland an many I were based on Irish styles. One technique which quilters use is called 'vibration'. This is when complimentary colours (eg green and red) of equal intensity are placed next to each other they ...