Category Archives: Germany

These are all the posts I wrote while I was in Germany

Micro Thought #2

Surprise, surprise, I never got around to posting another blog entry last week. Are we at all surprised? ’cause I’m not.1 <—-Ich kann HTLM, bitches. Also, I’m half way through my last class with Joachim and it’s ausgezeichnet! Joachim is … Continue reading

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Micro Thought #1

Today, I was standing on the bus on the way to the Lahnberge and thought of an idea to keep the blog updated more regularly: Micro Thoughts.  These will be little quips, quotes, or what have you.  I’m hoping that … Continue reading

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Short Update

I’ve done a rather poor job of keeping this up to date, but fear not!  I’m actively seeking to change that – currently we’re in the brainstorming process.  Expect to see results sometime in January. I think I will begin … Continue reading

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Amerikaner in Deutschland, das Karaoke, und eine mexikanische Kneipe

Also… Last week, our conversation course teachers informed us about a mandatory outing that would be part of our grade:  Karaoke! [1] We all met up at E. Kirche at 21:00 Uhr and waited around awhile for stragglers.  Luckily Savino had … Continue reading

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Here in Germanland

Here’s just a quick update! So, we found a Kaffee und Tee shop that actually sells whole bean coffee and loose leaf tea the other day. It nice to have locally roasted coffee once again, we’ve started have tea and … Continue reading

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Character List, Setting, and Important Words

Nels received a 9 out of 10 in a recent review by Savino Ranallo: “…he’s great: you can take him home to Mom, but he still knows how to party!” Continue reading

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Also…

also – so; thus. Used often as a filler word. This is Shannon’s favorite way of starting sentences. Continue reading

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