So, Trump is our next president-elect and it is safe to say that many people have lost their %$#@. Responses from Americans have ranged from confusion, anger, sadness to numbness. Many were shocked that he won, but the fact of the matter is that many of the prediction polls were wrong. They predicted Hillary winning […]Read more "Trump and life so far"
Wowza. Month 3. How time flies. My dance presentation went super awesome and about 80 people showed up! That’s really what I wanted. I hoped for a big audience for my group so the dancers who were performing for the first time ever could feel how awesome it is to perform. I also was super […]Read more "Month 3: culture shock"
Crazy! It hasn’t been an easy journey, but I’m settling in. I can describe my first months like this: Week 1: excited due to Fulbright’s orientation, but tired due to the altitude Week 2: overwhelmed by my second orientation, this time at the University. went through major FOMO seeing people go out in Bogota while I […]Read more "Two Months have flown by"
Wowzers! So much has happened in a short period of time. It makes me dizzy to think about it all. I arrived two Sundays ago and dived right into Fulbright Colombia’s orientation week. We did a ton of sitting listening to different presentations about our work as ETAs and researchers and about Colombia’s contemporary history. […]Read more "Week two"
Ok, I’m freaking out. I can admit it. I leave in two days and I’m feeling all sorts of emotions in waves. This morning I woke up with lots of excitement right before remembering all of my anxieties. Ha! I’m trying to put those aside and say, yes I am anxious and slightly scared, but […]Read more "Leaving in two days!"
Hello, everyone! Thank you so much for reading my blog! I’ll use this post to tell you all why I started this blog and what I plan to do with it. In March 2016, I was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant grant to Colombia for the 2016-2017 academic year and a few weeks later I found out […]Read more "My first blog post!"