It was good.But not just good, it’s amazing.
Booze-fest 2014…I mean summer class in Germany was amazing! Continue reading elevator speech
Exciting, beautiful, interesting, old, and amazing all come to mind when attempting to describe Germany. There is a massive spectrum Continue reading In the End
This trip was a trip of a lifetime. I’m so thankful I got the oppurunity to travel to Germany. I feel as if I’ve grown up so much because of this trip. Continue reading The End
I’m frightened by the coming end of this summer. In 24 hours, I will be forced to face my new realities: back to school, living off campus, and most especially living separate from my family.
During this summer, I was able to wistfully ignore these facts: the impending independence thrust upon me. But now, I have come to appreciate the qualities and quirks of travel, of faith, and of myself.
Germany has been amazing. The food, the sights, and the culture. I will surely miss a lot of things about living here as we return to the USA. These past few weeks have changed the way that I view a lot of topics in pop culture and in the news. My perspective of the world has grown on a scale that I did not even know existed before leaving and I am excited to apply this as a cultural discerner at Calvin this year.
The end caught me at surprise. 7 weeks are just enough for us to get used to living in another country. We are not bored of Germany yet, and it is just weird to know that the end of the sojourn will come in two days. Continue reading The End of the Story?
After traveling many miles for numerous hours (with multiple delays), I am finally back home safely in the USA and all ready to go back to Calvin tomorrow afternoon. Continue reading Brief Concluding Thoughts