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September has always been a favourite month of mine.
In my head it has always felt like a time of new beginnings. When we lived in the northern hemisphere that seemed at odds with the fact that it marked the start of autumn – a time for closing in rather than reaching out – but perhaps I associated it with the start of the academic year. 984 more words
Q. We live in a drought-stricken part of California (i.e., we live in California), but we get our water from a well, pumped by our solar panels. 738 more words
Tomorrow I leave the peninsula of the ROK to head back to the land of the USA. I’ve been allowed a lot of time to reflect how this experience has changed my perspective as well as lament the things I will truly miss (besides the wonderful friends, or as ex-pats say, family I made). 859 more words