We are in the middle of February. How did that even happen? I have no idea. I feel like time is just slipping away… I’ve been back in the states for 6 months now. Wow, writing it out is weird. I can’t believe it’s been 6 months now. Fortunately I’ve been blessed with the opportunity… Continue reading Time.
Before we left for vacation I started working out again. I just needed to get back into a real routine; I was feeling “bleh” and had a very sporadic “schedule” (read: not often/not at all). To counter my sporadic-ness, I decided to work out again on a daily basis and get some focus back. *fist… Continue reading Real Talk: Routine.
That’s how you start interviews right? Well after a strong handshake first, of course. Last week I got an email for an interview once I’m back stateside. Two actually! So stoked beyond belief that I’ve got my foot in the door somewhere. But, what the heck do you do in an interview?! What do I… Continue reading Umm…Hi, You Should Hire Me…?!
So right now I’m reading two books, both shared from friends and I must say that they both are causing me to do some major thinking and evaluating about myself. Fresh Faith by Jim Cymbala and Fearless by Max Lucado. Anywho, these books have been comforting in the fact that they are about your faith… Continue reading The Power of Prayer.
July 14, 2014. That Monday, a year ago, I landed in Spain. It’s been a whole year. I’ve lived in another country for a whole year. I haven’t been on American soil in an entire year. I can’t believe it. I was reminded of my anniversary because we celebrated the birthday of one of our… Continue reading Un Año Entero.
My time in Spain is winding down. Seriously fast. I’m sorry, but when did it become JUNE!?!?! Things need to go slower…I can’t handle this. Within the past week or so a few questions have come up regarding my upcoming departure from Spain. When are you coming home? What are you going to do when… Continue reading Let Me Be Honest.
I have been thinking about this topic A LOT these past few weeks. As my time in Spain is winding down I’m beginning to assess what life is going to be like when I move back to the States. I am looking forward to moving back and being home, but I know that things will… Continue reading Reverse Culture Shock.
You were in my dream the other night. Actually, I’m not sure whether to call it a dream or a nightmare. Not because you were there, but because I remember being scared in whatever situation I was in. But I do know you were by my side the entire time. So thank you. I was… Continue reading See you in my Dreams.
Are you a picky eater? I wouldn’t consider myself to be a picky eater, but I do have my moments. I’ve been known to use this phrase when describing the things I will and will not eat: “if it doesn’t look good, it probably doesn’t taste good. So I’m not eating it.” This to me… Continue reading All the Noms.
Here are a few more things I wish I knew before I moved to Spain. Check out Part 1 and Part 2. 1. Manners. For the most part Spanish people are pretty friendly and helpful. Asking for directions is pretty easy. Most people are more than willing to help you out, even their directions are… Continue reading Things I Wish I Knew. Part 3.