full circle

So, my year studying abroad has officially come to an end. I landed safely in San Francisco on Saturday, May 28th and have been spending the past few days unpacking, readjusting, eating lots of Mexican food, and spending time with family. I’ll be sure to write a good post or two about reverse culture shock when I get a chance. Over the course of the next few weeks, I’ll be visiting Santa Barbara, Iowa, Los Angeles, and moving back to Isla Vista for my last year of university- crazy! This blog has really come full circle- when I first started writing, I was moving out of Santa Barbara in preparation for my time overseas. Today, I’ve returned to the States and am starting to plan my move back to Southern California.

And yet, this blog is far from finished. I do have a lot of stories to catch up on, which I’ll be working on this summer. Prepare for lots of flashbacks in no particular order! Until then-

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  1. Karla

    Really interested in your ‘reverse culture shock’ upon returning to the US & UCSB. I have a story similar to yours from my UCSB EAP experience in Israel during the 1982 war with Lebanon. I would enjoy hearing from you.

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