From The Safety Of Your Timeline

From The Safety Of Your Timeline

I let my fingers fall as they lightly tapped the computer keys on the black plastic board. I was quickly trying to finish up some work before leaving the office in the next couple of hours when the first, of some of the most horrific texts, came trickling in. Someone from an ongoing group message [...]

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“V” is for Versailles

The day before we left France was another cool and slightly gloomy day. It had poured and sprinkled off and on every day in Paris except for the first extremely hot day that we arrived. It didn’t really rain as we headed for the metro and onto a train to Versailles, however, it rained for [...]

“S” is for Saint-Germain-des-Prés

We hit the ground running after we traveled by bus from Beauvais-Tillé Airport in to the heart of Paris. We snapped our pictures under the sparkling Eiffel Tower that stood proudly against the starry sky, seen all that Disneyland Paris had to offer, saw Parisian guards in a ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe, walked [...]

The Vegetarians of Paris, France #StudyAbroad

It’s definitely more difficult being a vegetarian in France than it is in Italy and Spain and, by default, it’s even harder to be a vegan. According to the European Vegetarian Union, there is a law in France outlawing the serving of vegan meals at any public or private school in France. Similar laws have [...]

But We’re In Paris #StudyAbroad

The glaring spots from street lights flew past me at a momentous speed. I was barreling into the darkness with a concerned look on my face. "Had I gotten on the wrong midnight train to the Pisa airport for my flight to Paris?" I had seen no one that I was supposed to be traveling [...]