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Look! It’s Sweden! A square in Stockholm, to be slightly more exact. And a cafe where you can get some amazing hot chocolate. Which you need, even in July, because it’s Sweden.
From now on, I’m banning myself from flying through the Warsaw airport in late June/early July. At the moment, I’m waiting for more information about a flight to Copenhagen that’s been delayed at least an hour and a half, but … Continue reading
Let’s change topics from the last post, shall we? I haven’t written a whole lot about my actual job, so I’ll take this opportunity to do so. I teach high school, and as you may know/remember, adolescents are some of … Continue reading
Hey, boo. Hey Arch. Arch-dog. Sweetheart. Hey, bud. Booley. Booie. Archer. Hey, my Archerboo. Archie. I saw him for the first time at the pound – in my memory, he’s pressing his face into the bars of his cage and … Continue reading
It’s sort of like this, I guess. But in all seriousness, I turned 24 a few weeks ago, and my birthday has only now just ended. Or will end probably tomorrow, when I finish eating the delicious homemade pizza that … Continue reading
Why a Georgian flag would be hanging in Bratislava over some posh store. Maybe the colors went with their image?
Teaching abroad, you hear a lot of stereotypes about Americans. We have lots of fat people. Everyone likes fast food. There are American flags outside of every house. Everyone has an American smile. An American smile? I asked, the first … Continue reading
Why cross-country skiing is so popular around here. Who wouldn’t want to be surrounded by this all the time? Moving’s gunna be difficult for the next few days after 26k, but it’s the best sort of pain.
Apparently I like shots of bridges over the Thames?