How goes it? Apparently i am worse at posting to this than I thought. Haha last time I posted I was 20. Way back then when I was sooo much less mature and couldn't drink. Okay so where do I begin. I have some bday pics to post. My friends and I went out to a fun pizza dinner then out to a few bars and a discotech. The next night we made the American pilgramage to TGIFridays and Sin Reservas ( without reservations, the movie). That was a great night. The next days we went to Granada with the whole group to see the Alhambra. The city was super cute and wow was the architechture incredible. Those moors sure were detail oreiented! There is a huge moorish influence. I felt like I was in Morocco or something, not that i've been there ( yet :)) There were a ton of cute tea shops and wonderful views. Last weekend i went to Lagos, Portugal in the South West Corner on the Atlantic Ocean. WOW! SOOOOO Beautiful
. I didnt know water could be so blue! There were these awesome cliffs too. I jumped off of one a few times. My mom would have actually died, but it was sooo much fun.What a thrill! It was such a relaxing weekend- swimming, napping on the beach, sleeping, eating amazing food ( portugese, indian and greasy diner food!), wonderful views and an amazing sunset. Not too shabby of a weekend. Oh yeah I almost forgot, the weekend didnt end there, I found out last night at about 1 am that I got into UW. Throughout the summer i had this weird feeling that Madison is the place I should be these next few years. The idea seemed scary, impossible and uncomfortable, so of courrse I supressed it until right before I came to Spain. Then I realized the intution was not going away but rather growing. The light tap of my shoulder I was feeling since earlier in the summer had transformed into an undeniable push. I sent in an ap last minute and fled the country. None of this stemmed from negative feelings at Mac. I love Mac. I believe it is wonderful, as the song goes. I enjoyed my two years there immensely, but I came to realize that my next two years would be spend somewhere else. Madison pulled me back. I also need the time to figure out what I wanted to study. The freedom to be a Super (5th yr) senior was soo appealing. There is no five yr plan at mac. While I was incredibly happy and relieved late last night and throughout the day, this experience is the definition of bittersweetness. I am soo excited about my unknown future, and so sad to leave the friends I have come to know and love. We've become such a family. I can't deny the intuition though. Since comint to spain , it has transformed again into a punch in the back and an erect neon sign. I just have to do it. I really appreciate everyone's support and understanding.
WOw such a loaded entry, huh? I'll try to post more regularly in the future so these things are easier to digest! I love you all! Thanks for stopping by! Keep me posted about all of your lives! Miss you!