All right, folks, it looks like this is going to be my last blog in D.C., and I have oodles to catch up on.
Finally the Internet is fast enough to upload the Archer videos I created!
With time running out, it seems everyone is trying to tie up loose ends and do a lot of fun things before saying a (hopefully temporary) goodbye to the city we’ve grown to love this past semester.
I find it hard to believe that in just a little over a month, my time in D.C. as an Archer Fellow will expire. It feels like just yesterday I was moving in, starting classes, and had my grueling first day of work at ABC.
Not only did this recent trip to the Big Apple fulfill all of my movie expectations, but it really left me wanting to come back for more. I’ve decided that, at some point in my future, I will live in Manhattan – overpriced apartment/studio or not!
Although no day inside the Beltway (aka, the District of Columbia) is typical, I think Wednesday, October 22, is a good example of life as an Archer Fellow.
We had been planning this excursion since I was accepted into this fellowship a few months ago. Since I have class on certain weekends and work full time, this past weekend was the only feasible time we could do this!
I’m sitting in the Sculpture Garden of the National Gallery of Art as a type this, listening to the last “Jazz in the Garden” concert of the season. Finally with a moment to myself, I can stop and reflect on my first month in Washington D.C. and the relationships I’ve cultivated since I’ve been [...]
As of yesterday, I have officially been living in D.C. for three weeks. This is the longest I have ever spent in this part of the United States, and it has definitely been a learning experience. In fact, I’ve learned so much that I’ve decided to put together an ultra-condensed list of things I’ve picked [...]
You would think writing a first entry for UT’s web audience would be a relatively simple task for a girl who has been blogging frequently over the last five years. Not necessarily. All things considered, though, a simple introduction would probably be the best start. You guys will be reading about my life this entire academic year, after all…