Hello, it’s me…
I know I skipped a week, but hey, a girl can’t be blogging all the time! Kidding- mostly.
This week I attended class, like usual, basically got chosen for the Hunger Games, and fell in love.
So I went to Edinburgh this weekend. I’m in love with the city, but more importantly I got to visit all the Dublin Street series title streets. It was a big moment for me okay. So, to share my excitement of being able to see all of this and to share my love for the books I am going to do a book tour with y’all!
I feel marginally lame writing these posts lately. I don’t do a whole lot during the week to be quite honest. But I do have a lot to say this week!
Hi y’all! This week has been a bit slow for me as I’m finally settling into class and whatnot. It’s also been fairly bittersweet for me. I got a lot of goodies from home, which in turn made me miss home. Continue reading
So my second week in Scotland has come and gone. I still can’t believe I’m living here. My classes started this week so I didn’t really get out and do very much.
So with my first week in Scotland coming to a close I figured I’d share it with y’all. My title came from a Florence + the Machine song. It’s my adventure song, I guess. It reminds me to be thankful of what I am experiencing and just How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful world is. So, with my new adventure I want to keep this in mind: And every city was a gift. And every skyline was like a kiss upon the lips
My first day has been interesting to say the least. I did manage to sleep until 1pm. Jet lag kicked my butt. My housing company put on an afternoon tea where we had sandwiches and tea. I tried my hand at making tea. I was terrible at it and it made me miss southern sweet tea something fierce. I also met up with the group of girls I befriended last night.
Over the last two days I made the 2000+ mile trek to Glasgow. I wanted to share the beginning of this experience with everyone. So here it is: