As summer is coming to a close, a lot of my hometown friends have begun to pack up and get ready to go back to college. Some people have already moved in, which I’m incredibly jealous of. As much as I love my family, I am very much looking forward to living on my own again without the insanity of dealing with three younger brothers. Since I don’t go to Ireland until September 9th, (START THE COUNTDOWN!) I’m just taking a moment to reflect on this summer and what it was like to be home again. Continue reading “Everyone’s Leaving…”
Family vacations are a staple to any summer break. This summer, my parents decided to do a road trip (longest car ride of my life) down to visit my family in Savannah, Georgia. What I expected was sweet tea, strong accents, and hot weather. While the hot weather was an obvious, it didn’t occur to me there would be such an Irish presence in the area. Continue reading “Walkin’ Back To Georgia”
It’s been a while, hasn’t it! Don’t worry, I plan on writing more abroad. The details of planning for my time abroad are a little boring, from filling out forms to scheduling flights. I still want to write, so here’s an update on what’s been going on before I leave the States! Continue reading “One Big Irish Family”
I’ve heard this question so many times now, I have a short answer ready to fire for any adults curious about it. It goes along the lines of, “I have always wanted to travel and Ireland is the number one spot I wanted to go!” Although I did write a brief Odyssey article about it, I plan on going more in depth about my decision on this post, so bear with me loyal followers!
Hey there! If you’re reading this, I’m guessing you have a few questions about what this blog entails. The goal of this post is to answer those questions, so here we go!