It’s been exactly one month and two days since I moved to the big apple. I can’t believe it! It’s mine and the city’s one-month anniversary–and just in time for Valentine’s Day. I’ve been joking around with my girlfriends here that I was going to be anti-Valentine’s Day and wear black instead of red or pink to showcase my disdain. But last night as I was gazing into my closet looking for something black, I heard the rumble of the train and took a look at the New York skyline (something I do a lot when I’m at home) and realized that joking or not, I should celebrate all the love that’s in my life, including the love I have for this city.
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Obviously these three and a half (four ish?) months are filled with them. Good ones, bad ones. Embarrassing ones, out-of-body ones. Experiences I’ll only have here.
Every morning when I open my eyes, the first thing I see is the Empire State building, and every morning I sit up after the realization sets in once more about where I am.
Today is my day off from work and I’m sitting in a fabulous little coffee shop called Sweetleaf about two stops away from where I live. I’m going to do my best to recount some of the best experiences I’ve had these past two weeks…(neglected posting last week…it was BUSY…I won’t ever let it happen again). Continue reading
It’s Sunday! Are you excited for my lengthy post about all the amazing things I’ve been up to? I am!
So since my last post I have worked a full week (well…full week to me means Monday through Thursday) at my internship, seen famous people, eaten my weight in NY food, gotten on the wrong trains and gotten off at the wrong train stops, and have finally started to believe what’s happening IS in fact, truly happening. But before I get to the fun stuff, first things first! WORK.
According to the countdown on my iPhone, there are only 65 days, 13 hours, 29 minutes and 3 seconds left until I move to New York.
Things have been extremely hectic. With end of the semester projects, presentations, last round of tests before finals, AND applying for internships/setting up interviews, my life has been a blur… Continue reading
I found out about the Baylor in New York program when I was a freshman. The moment I heard about it, I went back to my dorm and looked up the program online. I downloaded the application to my desktop, read over it, and there it sat for the next two years until I would finally apply. Continue reading