Dinner seeing high school friends for the first time and free concert at Millennium Park… Great to be back hanging out with these girls downtown Chicago!
So at this point, I’ve been back about a week and a half… it’s been a whirlwind of wonderful experience and hilarious readjustment packed into that short period of time. I just can’t believe still that it is an end of my Peace Corps Mongolia era and now we’re moving on to next big step… like that in less than 5 days, my brother and his fiance will be married at a beautiful wedding ceremony in Galena, Illinois! After that, it’s a month and a half preparing for grad school at Indiana University….
It was amazing experiencing This Mongolia Life and getting to share it with you all these past two years. Now though, we’ll be moving on to This Grad School Life and for all our sakes, I’m thinking it’s about time to wrap up this operation here on this blog as exciting at a blog about grad school may seem. ha. Just wanted to say thank you to you all for all of your support these past two years and coming on this crazy blogged journey. Please feel free to contact me if you ever have any burning questions about Mongolia, Peace Corps, and everything in between.
I’ll be posting one or two more posts about my brother’s wedding and maybe any more hilarious readjustment debacles I experience in the next few weeks… just need to get a hold of an amusing sound clip to attribute to WBEZ general manager Torey Malatia :) and that’ll be a wrap!