Currently buried under a mountain of final projects and papers in an effort to finish all my work for the rest of the semester before my parents come next week! Long overdue update promised soon. Drawing on some wisdom from my favorite train, Thomas….
“I think I can, I think I can.”
“Wait, I thought China was in Europe?” Franco, host brother 16.
I thought I was bad at geography…
From the moment I decided to study abroad, I have always known that volunteering abroad is something I certainly would want to include in my experience. With my for-credit Internship through Teléton Chile, I volunteer each week in the institution, entertaining children with disabilities, and their siblings, as they wait between therapy sessions. I have … Continue reading
“Una escoba nueva, barre bien” -Giovanna, host mom.
Saying used to describe the Chilean tendency to excel at a new job for a few weeks, and then only do what’s completely necessary. Oh, the South American, type-B personality….
(A new broom sweeps well)
Two blog posts in two days? I’m on a roll. On this fine Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning, here are my ramblings about my current life, Chilean culture, and study abroad. Here goes. I have often been told that I walk extremely fast. Granted, it does usually only take me 5 minutes to get from the … Continue reading