Since moving to Denmark last September, I have only written on this blog once. There is no particular reason why I stopped writing but putting my thoughts down into blog posts has seemed rather difficult lately- due to time and a lack of inspiration.
School has taken the large majority of my time. There seems to never ending parade of lectures, assignments, classes and exams filling my to-do list. My average schedule is 3 classes per week with about a hundred pages to read and presentations and group projects. However, my first year of a Masters is coming to a close. What have I learned? This is a topic that could take an entire book to fill.
I have also changed in the last year. The topics that I wrote about in Miss Bolongaro are fun and lighthearted. I smile whenever I read them and it was a pleasure. Yet my identity as a writer is evolving and so it is time for this blog to undergo a makeover. I am in the process of determining which direction it will go in. I will update you, loyal readers, as soon as I know.
Until next time.
What if you are what you aren’t and are what (apparently) you’re not?
After two flights from Canada, I have touched down in my second home, France. And it feels good to be back.
After leaving my family yesterday at the bus depot in Penticton, I am sitting in the Vancouver airport waiting for my flight to Paris. I am flying via Montreal and I am excited to begin my next big adventure in Europe. However, no matter how many times I leave, it never gets easier.
It didn’t take me long to realize that I have found a new love: Portugal.
Last weekend, I was invited to attend an international night of poetry, music and dance at my friend Bertrand’s house. Bertrand is an artist with a love of all things cultural; so, when I heard he was organizing a Babel Evening with guests from around the globe, I knew I had to be there.
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