What a fun and busy week. This is what I signed up for when I moved to Europe. Botanical Gardens I originally thought that this week would be very boring so I decided to spend a day in the Frankfurt Palmengarten. It was very nice and I got many beautiful photos. It’s rather small compared … More Stunning Festival of Lights in Berlin
Late again. SMH. When will I learn? Anyways, I’m breaking this weeks post down by subject instead of days of the week. Hope ya’ll like it that way. Skippin’ Classes The first major event of week 4 was my Module Recognition Waiver getting approved. Although I had applied to skip all five of the introductory classes, I … More Busy Week; Module Waivers, Meetings & Bunnies!
Look at me, all disciplined and what not. The fact that this post is on time is honestly probably more of a result of the exorbitant amount of free time I have had and the boringness of my classes so far. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday were very lazy days. I did a bit of shopping and read … More “Hiking” in Bensheim, Party in Frankfurt
Well, I can see that a weekly Sunday posting format isn’t working very well. I’ll have to put some more thought into my schedules. This week’s update will be pretty simple since the mundane routine of classwork has started to settle in. I had all five of my classes last week including the first class … More The Dust has Settled
I’m sorry to say that Syllabus Week in Germany is not so Silly. In fact, most of the teachers here seem to have no concept of an introduction or laying out expectations for the following semester. Instead, we got a whole lot of lecture; I guess we will find out on our own who our … More Syllabus Week just ain’t the same in Germany
This week has been so eventful that it probably should have been broken into a number of posts. Sorry in advance for its sheer length. Outdoor Campus My week began on Monday with a short speech by the Master of Finance (MoF) director, Dr. Julia Knobbe. Her speech, as with the many others she gave throughout … More Orientation Week; Step 1 of my Masters Journey!
Well, I made it! I am officially in Frankfurt, Germany. Now that I am here I think the tone of my blog will be changing to be much more conversational. I already have so many impressions and cultural differences that I want to share with everyone but I think that I will save those for later … More All Settled in to Offenbach
I cannot believe this day is finally here. I have been planning and planning this trip for so long and for it now to finally be here – to be leaving America in just a few hours; it’s unreal. I am so emotional right now. I cannot decide if I am happy or sad; excited … More 3, 2, 1 – Liftoff