Going Down Under

…My life abroad

tryptophan…i am feelin it November 23, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Andrea @ 1:50 pm

Man I am wicked tired today!  I had to drag myself out of bed.  TGIF.

Well, yesterday was one of the most fun thanksgivings I have ever had, surprisingly.  I can´t wait to tell you all about it because it was that amazing.  I wrote this whole blog about it last night so I wouldn´t forget anything but seeing as my flash drive is being so uncooperative I will have to get that out to ya on Monday.  The only thing that could have made the day any better would have been family, but I was surrounded by close friends and that´s the next-best thing.   But let me share with you quickly that my friend Arelis received a letter in the mail from a boy that used to be in her life yesterday…and he had sprayed his cologne all over it, maybe to get her to like him again, I don´t know.  We laughed SO HARD and kept smelling it all day and she would whip it out of her backpack.  ah, thanksgiving greetings.  Sadly I did not receive any cards… save an electronic thanksgiving card from Ross´ mom.  But it´s okay, I will cry myself to sleep tonight but it´s okay I suppose I can still call you all my friends and family… haha just kidding no worries.

The plan for this weekend is that I´m going to Baños with my friend Christa.  That´s the place I went earlier in the semester where I did white-water rafting.  Christa hasn´t been yet and I had wanted to go back, so it´s just the two of us girls, but it should be a lot of fun.  I´m looking forward to it.  But I haven´t packed yet… and I´m kind of running low on money…minor details.  Hey we´re in Ecua. Doesn´t matter.  Just livin´it up, you know how I do.  : )

Love you all and hope you had a great holiday.  And I hope for the sake of those of us who couldn´t that you watched the Macy´s parade.



2 Responses to “tryptophan…i am feelin it”

  1. Annamaria Says:


    Good friends are happy gifts when you’re away from family for “family” holidays! I’m glad you have friends to share your celebrations with!

    I put my “thankful” list up on my blog–it’s way too long to post in yours! http://wallwatcher.wordpress.com

    I can’t wait to read your long version tomorrow. I saw Sally Thomas in the elevator today at Church–she’s tracking your blog diligently too! We’re all here, living in more or less ordinary time, living mission life vicariously with you, Kim Nissly, and Linda Moyer. Thank God for blogging and friends with Internet skills!

  2. ryangerber Says:

    its people like you who keep the hallmark antichrist alive

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