Archive for April, 2010

Friday, April 16, 2010- in which I describe the OZ roads and we get lost

Tweet We woke up a decent hour to start our drive, but still it was early considering I was still wiped from not sleeping the other night. We ate the cornflakes we brought with us for breakfast in water glasses because we had no bowls in the room. Then we packed up our stuff and […]

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Thursday, April 15, 2010- in which I sleep

Tweet The first day of our road trip I was exhausted. I had been up for over 24 hours working on my Public Relations Campaign paper and I still wasn’t finished at 7am that morning. We were planning on leaving by 9 am, so I gave up on my paper (deciding I would have to […]

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10 hour drive

Tweet Just got back to Towsville after my long lecture recess break. It was awesome, will post more about it soon. So tired from our ten hour drive from rockhampton to here. It wasn’t too bad with my friends Kristen and Marieke also driving Marieke’s car. Still, I’m soooo tired. And I must wake up […]

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sometimes i hate writing

Tweet Particularly papers when you don’t really like the topic or thesis but you have to go with it because you don’t have time to change it. Right now I only have about half of my essay done for my english class. It’s really frustrating though because they are really strict/big on the word count […]

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Off to the Whitsundays!

Tweet Tomorrow I head off with my roommate Marieke and a plethora of other German Studyabroad students to Airlie Beach to go on a two day sailing trip around the whitsundays! I am very excited about this, as everyone I’ve talked to said the whitsundays are incredibly beautiful. Too bad I have a lot of […]

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All about (Step)Moms and their (step)kids

Tweet While researching articles for my english paper about the portrayal of a blended families in two books, I stumbled across these poems. The second poem was inspired by the first. Mothers and Daughters’ by David Campbell (1915-1979) The cruel girls we loved Are over forty, Their subtle daughters Have stolen their beauty; And with […]

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