A Love Letter to Glasgow

Hey, Glasgow. Our time is coming to an end, and sadly I don’t know when I’ll see you again. It’s been a wild ride, hasn’t it?  I came to you on a cold Sunday in January, when your days were short and depressing, but I loved you anyways. I waited almost two years to finally […]

Glasgow Week 10: Robert Burns’ Hometown

Different week, different essays to write.  I wasn’t joking when I said most of my March will be spent writing.  And not the fun kind of writing.  The assigned kind.  I’m trucking along at about 1,000 words of day.  Onward and upwards, amiright? Saturday was a class trip to Robert Burns’ birth cottage and museum. […]

Glasgow Week 5: ???

Is it week five already??  Are you sure? I swear I posted Glasgow Week 4 just yesterday. What have I even done this week?  My memory is horrible and I’ve been slacking on my journaling so actually I’m not even sure what happened this past week. I slept way too late almost every day, I […]

I’m here.

I’ve been awake for a total of 31 hours and counting, and that’s not even counting the time change.  That 31 hours has included two flights, walking through Glasgow trying to find a place that sells sheets, and socializing with a lot of people that I barely know or just met today. I’ve gotten to […]