This year I...
and ate a sh*tload of hot dogs
I'm not necessarily super proud of this, but it's kind of funny if you have a good sense of humor.
2. Became a Poster Child
so...that was cool
There's always going to be someone younger and hotter than you, but until that person participates in ITF Petach Tikva or Rishon, I will remain the reigning poster child.
3. Survived Living with 6 Other People
and sharing a bathroom with 2 guys and one other girl
|Missing Gabriella and Josh the Grown Up|
Not an easy feat for any of us but there was never a dull moment in our apartment, that's for sure.
4. Saw the Light
and became religious
Sorry, I think I'm really funny.
to England, Germany, Turkey, and Greece
And I'm hoping to add a few more to the list this upcoming year.
6. Met Some of the Most Wonderful Humans
ranging from my future roommates, to my host teacher and co-fellow, to my students and more...
To say I've been #blessed would be an understatement
7. Had the Cutest Students Ever
and possibly made a difference
|Email from one of my amazing special education students|
I know I mentioned them in number 6 but when they're this precious you have to give them their own shoutout.
8. Learned a lot About Myself
and made a pretty drastic life decision accordingly
|City Year and ITF Together as One|
I still can't really believe I've turned down grad school for the time being, but as the wise scholar Selena Gomez said, "The heart wants what it wants."
So that's it!! I haven't decided yet if I will keep a blog this upcoming year and document my life in Tel Aviv or not, but thank you all for following my adventures this past year. It has been a crazy ride and I cannot wait to see what else is in store for me.