I’m writing this from the airport in DC, though I am unwilling to shell out six dollars for internet so by the time this is posted I will already be in Milwaukee. Why you needed to know all these details, I’m not sure.
This is where my blogging draws to a close, at least for the time being. As some of my astute readers may have noticed, this blog is called Spokane – D.C. – Milwaukee – Marburg, implying that the journey isn’t quite over. I won’t continue blogging at school because I don’t think I can make that kind of a commitment during the semester and also because I don’t think it’d be a very interesting blog. It’s not hard to come up with new posts when you’re somewhere new and exciting and every day is a mini-adventure. But though Milwaukee is many things, it is not new or exciting and thus does not lend itself to blogging.
So hang tight for a few months. I’ll leave for Marburg, Germany at the end of February and will probably start posting a little bit before then. I may post sooner than that if there are developments in my life related to my upcoming study abroad, but don’t get your hopes up.
Thank you for coming along – I know I’m not spectacular at this whole blogging thing, but I think I’ve learned a lot about it and I hope to do an even better job in Europe.