Thanksgiving is one of my very favorite holidays. It's not one that I grew up with and it's not one that is nationally celebrated many places. And yea, it also doesn't really have anything to do with fake friendships between pilgrims and native Americans. Still - it is one of few holidays that doesn't revolve around … Continue reading Happy Turkey Day!
This year, as a special thanksgiving gift, I am sharing a tip that has come in handy many a time. We all know that thanksgiving isn't just about giving thanks - it's also about eating as much food as possible. Turkey, gravy, mashed 'taters (or mashers, as I like to call them), green bean casserole, pumpkin pie, … Continue reading A very special Thanksgiving tip
I mean, it's not that I'm afraid of the dark. No, definately not. It's just that I don't like to watch scary movies. In fact, I actively choose not to watch them. I also find myself avoiding shows like CSI when I'm home alone. It's just because... you know, they seem so much more real … Continue reading Are you afraid of the dark?
Have you ever thought about how certain TV shows can relate to most situations in life? The best example, in my own humble opinion, is FRIENDS. Something happens in my life very often than can either be related to Friends or improved with a little quote from Friends. Maybe this is because I've just seen … Continue reading And then I got to thinking
Why don't people have Balls anymore? I have this romantic fantasy about how in the "olden days," people went to Balls all the time. We still have the occasional prom, homecoming, or gala, but if you are just a normal person with a normal job, there really just aren't that many occasions for big ballgowns, … Continue reading Let’s go to the ball!
It seems my life never stands still, but I guess for right now it is back on track. For right now my address is Sønderborg and I am working at Danfoss for an internship. To be honest, the transition to work has been a lot harder than I expected it to be. The first many … Continue reading on life
Next week I return ‘home’ for ‘the summer.’ This means that year one of graduate school is done, over, finished, etc. And what a year it has been. In reality, it has been about 10 months since I left the comfort of Bel Air and truly moved out on my own, it’s been 13 months … Continue reading Reflections: Grad school year 1