I haven't been blogging much lately. If you have noticed, thank you for the recognition. It's not that I haven't been doing things blog worthy, it's just that I haven't had the desire to write about what I'm doing. I'm so immersed in my sorroundingss. When I pick up my phone and start typing away…Read more Nothing to Say, But A lot to Feel.
You arrive at the big oak door, with two turns of a small green key and the loud click of a lock the door glides open. Light streams through silk curtains and graces your checks. The windows are cracked bringing in the cool ocean air, spinning and twirling the olive green curtains. The floor leads…Read more The Best Of Both Worlds While On The Road
I think that the biggest difficulty while traveling is not knowing the native tounge of every country I visit. I was able to make my way through Germany with my five years of Deutsch klasse on my back. I also picked up some simple Dutch, French, Spanish, and Italian to help me navigate these countries…Read more Was It Something I Said?
Wowzi how I love Berlin. It has been, and may always be, my favorite city. You can feel the history beneath your feet as you walk down the cobble stone streets. Between pieces of the wall that are still standing and the museums that seem to be around every corner, you can find much more…Read more Behind Berlin
I haven't seen my cousin Katy since I was twelve. She now lives in Scotland, about an hour away from Glasgow. I have only ever heard about Scotland in cartoon movies or in tales told by an old English man. Traveling there I expected mountains and rivers, but what I got was so much more. …Read more Inspired by Scotland
I decided that while I have a couple weeks down time, it is time to start something new. I have been staying in Paignton England for the past week, and will be here till the end of February. Four weeks in a new routine. Falling into the family dynamic of my older cousin (Daryl), his…Read more Not Surrounded by Buff Twenty Year Olds
It is very odd growing up 4,000 miles away from your grandparents, aunts/uncles, and cousins. Ever since I was ten I have been coming to the United Kingdom, to visit my dads side of the family. This is my fourth time being here. The craziest part about growing up so far away from these loved…Read more The Family I Never Knew