My Junior Year...


I have made it to my Junior year!  Yep, I am starting year three of my expat life.  Much like school, my freshman year was spent "learning the ropes" finding my way.  Sophomore year was spent in a bit more comfort than year one.  I walked the "halls" with a little more confidence, my chest puffed up a bit more than the year before, but there was still a bit to learn.  Now I am in year three and like my high school years, I am curious to know what, if anything is next?  When does this wonderful adventure end...or does it?  For my Junior year, I will try to help guide the freshman as they enter the "School of Expat", give them a bit of help, not "hazing" like I received in High School.  I will try to enjoy my days at the "School of Expat",  and try my hardest to not look too far into the future, for don't they say that "these are the best years of your life"?

11 comments:

  1. So true. Before long, you will get the "itch" to try somewhere new!

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    1. I already have that itch and I am a bit worried that if I keep this up I will be raising a family of wanderers!! I guess in reality, that's not a bad thing???

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  2. Thanks so much for linking up with The Great Blog Train!

    Laura @ Mice in the Kitchen
    http://www.miceinthekitchen.com/

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Larura! Hope you enjoyed the blog!

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  3. I am entering year two (Sophmore I guess) and it certainly feels better than year one did. I can't complain though ~ it is a wonderful experience. Enjoy your Junior year ~ I look forward to reading about it! xx

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    1. Gina, just wait...it is so much easier. Then by year 3 you will be ready for your next adventure. I suspect that it might be hard to jump off this hamster wheel we call expat life!!

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  4. I LOVE the idea of comparing your expat years to those of years in school - so great! I am about to start year one next month!

    Have a great next year as an expat, I look forward to reading all about it.

    Molly xo

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    1. So Molly, you are really in 8th grade then :) Makes you feel young doesn't it!! Good luck, enjoy the ride, and I look forward to reading about it!

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  5. Congratulations! I bet it will be great year! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    Thank you for hopping on board The Great Blog Train!

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    1. And thank you for stopping by! I hope you liked the blog and I look forward to yours!

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  6. Thanks for joining us in the Kid Lit Blog Hop. :)

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