Tag Archives: thanksgiving
Tur(KEYS) for Studying over Break
I know, I know, I heard the collective sigh through the screen, but we can do this! Not like the time(s) we said we would study and then fixed a plate only our eyes could handle, followed by the most … Continue reading
Does Thanksgiving Even Exist Anymore?
I went to the mall today (November 1st) and to my (not so much) surprise, Christmas decorations and Christmas music were in full swing. I said to my fiancé, “wow, they didn’t waste any time.” Just yesterday I was being … Continue reading
Gratitude is defined as “the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness”. This year has been very strange and unexpected The pandemic has created a lot anxiety, fear and overwhelm. Our usual routines and … Continue reading
Are you ready for this week’s festivities? Thanksgiving is next week and being a college student for a few years now, I have discovered the annual tradition of ‘Friendsgiving’. Friendsgiving is actually celebrated the weekend or Wednesday before the actual … Continue reading
Giving Thanks at Shady Grove
This Thanksgiving has been a real wake-up call for me personally. This is the busiest time of the year, especially for us students. It’s the end-of-the-semester crunch time: papers, tests, presentations, internship applications and spring semester registration are all in … Continue reading
Gobble till ya WOBBLE!
Today forces me to confront that I am a long way from the motherland. However, I suppose it does not have to be like that; I can distract myself from such weighty thoughts and focus on my new favorite Thanksgiving tradition. Continue reading