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Living in Europe pt. 6 // The End.

Living in Europe pt. 6 // The End.

*Side note* The reason I'm making this post is because I know the importance of being honest and true online. I have an online presence-- people see my work and read my words... so, personally, it's extremely important for me to not hide the bad, gritty shit. Just as it's equally important for me to not speak about my life with merely emotions and anger.*

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Living in Europe pt. 5 // Trying to make a blog post without complaining is hard work. (LOL)

Living in Europe pt. 5 // Trying to make a blog post without complaining is hard work. (LOL)

Trying to make a blog post without complaining is hard work. (LOL) 

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Living in Europe pt.2 // Our Home

Living in Europe pt.2 // Our Home

Back porch livin'! I thought that I would be much more interested in living out the summer on the rooftop patio, but turns out I hate climbing stairs so much. We already live on the 3rd floor, so taking that extra flight really just puts it over the top. Not to mention I really fucking hate the stairs going to the 4th floor.

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Living in Europe pt.1 // Street Views

Living in Europe pt.1 // Street Views

Month three! 

I have previously made some posts about my first two months here and here, but I want to continue doing semi-regular posts keeping you up to date with what's going on in my European life as an American. 

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Day Trip: Amsterdamse Bos

Day Trip: Amsterdamse Bos

This day we decided we didn't want to go too far from the city, and that we wanted a break from constant dog love. lolol.

I was really impressed by this place. All of the goats had really cool pens with lots of things to climb on and fresh hay to eat. They were all SUPER friendly! And the baby goat pen was even more amazing...

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Day Trip: Volendam

Day Trip: Volendam

In February when I was visiting Brett for the first time we got me a pretty little bicycle and we biked all the way to Volendam, NL. I was amazed at all of the bike lanes and such going EVERY.WHERE. My bike is what's called an "omafiets". Which is basically a grandma bike. With back pedal brakes and no gears. That definitely took some getting used to. Someday I want to upgrade to a fancy bike but I love my little omafiets for now. 

 

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