Thursday, June 28, 2012

Not Quite the End

I was talking with one of the other interns the other day, talking about how things feel like they are winding down here and it's already the time where we're starting to think about leaving. I'm not looking forward to it, but there are a few things that will definitely make me very happy when I get back.

Yes, it's nice to not be economical sometimes.

My piano and guitar.
I had been working on a song before coming here, but I've already lost the inspiration for it.

An actually good burger.
The Jose burger at Marronniers is really not good at all unless you just like toppings.

A Taiwanese stocked supermarket/Russo's
Having trouble reproducing some of my favorite tastes.

Not needing to watch out for crap on the streets.
Not needing to smell the aforementioned.

My usual breakfast.
Over easy egg with sweet chili, tots, toast, and homemade jam.

All the people I left in February.
Although there will be many to miss after going back too.

Less creepy men.
At least harassment will be illegal.

I would also love me some fresh made passion fruit juice right now, but i will not be getting that in Boston either.
Sigh. Goodnight world.


  1. Think of it this way, though - at least you got to have the experience. Not many people get to spend 6 months abroad. :)

    I think maybe the creepy men followed you because you generally walk alone? Kristin and I didn't have problems related to that, usually. Not sure.

    And I think you will miss the great food there! Even though it will be nice to have American food again.

  2. Note the "I'm not looking forward to it." Definitely not complaining about being here.