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10 Mar 2007
So yeah.. I've been away from the forums for a bit, and here's a little bit of good things that happened recently that've been stressing/planning for. (ie: blame them for my AWOL-itude) :-p
Well, first thing's that I'm going to Moab, Utah for a week over spring break to go camping and backpacking. I'm so psyched for it. I've never been more west than Ohio and I've never been camping. One of the only downsides is that we'll be taking a bus from West Virginia to Utah... which translates to about 30 hours in a bus. O_O Oh, and we'll probably only be getting one shower over the course of the week. But I'm still psyched and can't wait.
In other news, I also got accepted to go on a 4 week Study Abroad trip to Taiwan this summer. I'm studying Chinese in school and my professor fought for us to get $2,400 in grant money towards our trip expenses. So it's costing me about $1,100 to go to Taiwan on this trip! That includes tuition costs, food, and lodging. And plane tickets. :-D *Psyched!*
26 Dec 2006
As the Christmahannukwanzikyule Season draws to a close, most of us find that an amount of Holiday Booty has been accrued. Would anyone like to share with the class, news of spiffy gift-age from the holidays?
*raises hand and anxiously squirms in seat* Ooo Ooo Ooo! I'll go first! I'll go first! I got a digital camera (Whee!); a cookbook; V for Vendetta; Superman Returns; Lord of the Rings (FotR, TT, and RotK);
25 Dec 2006
Happy Holidays, everyone!
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa, Yule, or some other festival around this time of year, each family has some tradition(s) that usher in the holiday season. What are some of yours?
My family (save the 5 year old) stays up on Christmas Eve and pulls the equivalent of an all-nighter wrapping the gifts. In the morning, the littlest one wakes us all up and gets us all downstairs to see if Santa came. Every year, his jaw drops and he exclaims "SANTA CAME!!!"
Another bit of tradition we have is that my stepmom makes this specific French Toast recipe every year for Christmas breakfast. It's a sine qua non, if you will. (Learned that phrase yesterday! Yay, Wikipedia! *feels smart* )
Anyways, what are some of the holiday traditions you guys have?
21 Dec 2006
Just out of curiousity, what languages do our beloved Forumites speak?
I speak English (American English, if you want to get picky about Dialects), Spanish, Sign, and some Russian and Portuguese.
EDIT: I also am working on learning Esperanto.
12 May 2006
So yup. For the past few weeks, I've been stressing and rushing around trying to get passports, plane tickets, and visas all in order. It all comes to a head tomorrow... Where I need to hope our flights line up well.
I'll be going to Sao Paulo in the south of Brazil. The program goes from May 12th to June 13th. I don't know how much internet access I'll have while I'm down there and I'll be sure to buy lots of post-cards from places I go to send to people when I get back.
Wish me luck tomorrow and Have a nice month everyone!
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