Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Huntersville-Birkdale
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... with a host family and I will be able to take marine science courses while I am away as well as a cuisine class. I never knew how much planning it would take to prepare to live in another country for half a year and I have yet to pack my suitcase (which I am not sure how I will be able to fit everything I need into a suitcase for 5 months). Now I am being hit with the excitement and the fact that this is actually happening. Costa Rica here I come!
... me to DC on time for my international flight. I called US airlines praying for a miracle and received it in the form of the most helpful customer service agent I could have hoped for. He rebooked all my messed up flights with no additional charges by flying me out tonight instead of tomorrow and planning a connection to get me to Washington DC by 11:30pm tonight, which gave me plenty of time before my international flight at 10:30am tomorrow. ...
... milkshake all day, unless you want to die on your drive out to NC farmland to pick up your boyfriends' grandma.
Family dinner "uptown" with Nonna Donna, and hilarious Scott Krasner jokes on the way back. Late nights in the spirit of ...
We went to breakfast with Zach (I got to ride shotgun in Roxy, and got to witness Southern friendliness firsthand), where we all over-ordered and basically died from our food consumption. Visited Whole Foods. Took a trip down the halls of PDS (far too nice), and then hung out at his house. We went to a Charlotte Knights game with his mom (his dad wasn't feeling well), which was super fun. Then we got dinner at a place with great biscuits, and just hung out some ...
... a chance to meet and speak with interested students. I was warned that not much comes from it in terms of prospectives and not much did. There were some good conversations. But most of the seniors (I had all seniors at my table) were really stuck between more school, working, or going overseas to volunteer. No one I spoke with was anywhere near certain on wanting to pursue theological education. Hopefully tomorrow's visit to Pfeiffer will help make up some for ...