1. Mysteriously broken ukulele that greeted me upon my return 2. Calvin-esque morning hair 3. Time spent with God and a drawing of a vision 4. And the accompanying pencil smudges on the hand 5. Breakfast with my oldest childhood friend as an almost-grownup and almost-art school student 6. Friends from Beauty & the Beast … Continue reading Spring break, so far.
Oh my, it's late. It's almost midnight here (I can tell because all the bars surrounding our hotel are quieter now...haha) and I kind of want to throw in the blogging towel and just sleep. (It's been a sleepy day. I fell asleep at the art museum, for crying out loud. QUELLE HORREUR.) But, tomorrow … Continue reading Edinburgh, day 2.
It was really hard leaving London. I didn't want to leave. London or home, I say. But, there was a brother awaiting us for a visit in Scotland, so away we went on the train, 4 hours north to this significantly colder location. (although, according to my father, this is the farthest north I've ever … Continue reading Edinburgh, day 1.
Hello again! It is 11 AM London time and I am currently on a northbound train to Edinburgh, Scotland. My time in London was so surreal and wonderful, and it's already on my bucket list to come back and stay longer. If I can find a means if going to graduate school here, maybe... But … Continue reading London, day 3.
I'm laming out on this blog post tonight because 1) I'm tired, 2) I took about 36473 pictures today, so I think those + commentary = a sufficient documenting of today's adventures, and 3) I'm tired. Day 2: Tuesday, 1 July Hours of sleep: 8 (doing much better than yesterday) Caffeinated beverages consumed: 2 Westminster … Continue reading London, day 2.
No, I don't have a clever creative name for this series. I'm in England, and then in three days' time I'll be in Scotland, where the name will change to 'Scotland, day 1" and so forth. Anyways. I am here and it is amazing! It's about 11 PM currently and I am attempting to get … Continue reading London, day 1.
This Saturday, the Youth Leadership Council at my church made pots and pots of chili and delivered them to the homeless in our area. The high temperature for that day was about 34 degrees.I learned a lot that day. Firstly, I discovered that being out in this cold induces a certain kind of crazy. We … Continue reading Snaps: Chilly & Chili