With my five hour yoga practical and written examination complete, my homecoming is finally eminent.
I just want to say what a pleasure it has been writing and managing this blog. It has always first and foremost, been to update my friends and family, in an effort to avoid those long form emails where you just change the name of the recipient (that is so obvious).
At first I was surprised that anyone read this blog who isn’t my mother. Starting as an overview of my Peace Corps service, and then becoming a full blown account of my travels, I’ve found it to be really enjoyable.
And now my adventures have already made me late. Over the summer I’ve been working with an amazing team of professors and future colleagues alike to ensure I have everything in order for starting my postgraduate studies late to accommodate my ridiculous schedule. I now have exactly five(!) days to spend back home with my friends and loved ones before packing up and moving to the dynamic city of Boston!
While It feels so final to promise a definitive ending to this blog, I will say that it is certainly the end of it as I created it. It feels like the pomp to my circumstance, as I graduate from spanish sahara..and continue on to bigger and better things
To everyone who has ever stumbled upon spanish sahara, accidentally or otherwise, I thank you for your support and wish you all the best as I continue my adventures back home.
Enter the world of…biostatistics! (我的天啊!)
It’s been an amazing ride but real life is calling.