Monday, January 13, 2014

Tis a Fortnight til Golovin

I have about two more weeks until I leave! I am finishing up my student teaching, and then it is off to Oostburg to pack. I still have no idea how many clothes to bring, but it should be fun figuring it out back home. I am excited to see my family before I go.

This past weekend I went and visited my boyfriend, Kyle, for the last time before I leave. We went to all of my favorite places - Half Price Books, Cosetta's, Barnes & Noble... 

Kyle hugging my jacket

It was hard to say goodbye, but it is only for two months which makes it a little better.

BTW, in the picture is my new jacket. I like it very much. However, it is super huge and makes me feel like a marshmallow. At least it is warm! It has been nice for the cold days we have had here in Wisconsin.


  1. From the feeling circle: we miss you. It is a whole lot warmer in Wisconsin?? Do you know where Cordova is? Anna's grandpa's daughter (friend) lives there. We finished Historical Fiction and are going to read Curious Incident of the Dog at Night-Time.

    Send, or post, lots of pictures.

    1. HI! I miss you all very much, and am excited to see you in April. I just looked up where Cordova is - that's cool that she's from there. Since I've told people I'm going to Alaska a lot of people have been crawling out of the woodwork saying they have either lived there or know someone who does/has. It's a small world! Maybe Anna's friend has some advice for me. :)

      I love historical fiction - it is one of my favorite genres. I hope you all enjoy Curious Incident of the Dog at Night-Time because I did when I read it. If you want to read some Alaska-related stuff you should read Jack London. His work can be a bit sad, but is very good.

      Again, I miss you all! I can't wait to see you again.

  2. We'll miss you! My last post must not have published.