I’m moved

25 Dec

I am finally back Stateside. It was a long and difficult journey. Okay not so difficult, but definitely long. It took about 24 hours total, but then again I had to go  from Hungary to Vienna, London, Chicago, Louisville, and then the hour drive to my town. I was lucky in the fact that most flights were canceled in/out of Heathrow all week, luckily the day I flew was the day they opened again so my flights ran. I met so many people in Vienna who were stuck there for days, and it was not something I wanted to experience.

Bad news was that my flight didn’t get into Chicago in time, so I almost missed my last flight. I ended up having to abandon my luggage in Chicago and rush to catch my flight. Luckily the flight was delayed also so I just managed to get there right as they were boarding. Eventually I made it home were my mom was waiting to pick me up from the airport. I also saw this car when we were leaving…..I can honestly say that I have never seen a car dressed up like Rudolph while living abroad!


I ended up packing all of this in my suitcases:

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The one thing everyone wants me to bring back when I visit from abroad is candy. European candy puts American candy to shame. Hands down. And check out the stack of language books I have. Almost all of them are Hungarian(Magyar), and German.If you think that is bad you should see the amount of language books I have in my library…Once I’m settled again I will show you.

My last day in Hungary was the day before Agi’s birthday so I gave her her gift (a dog puzzle) that we ended up putting together. We also ended up cracking walnuts to make Christmas cookies.

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It honestly does not feel like I have left Hungary for good. The day I left I must have said that a million times because I couldn’t wrap my head around the fact that I was leaving! And even now that I’ve been gone a few days it feels so strange!


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