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Weekly Recap #15, 2021

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Well, the relaxation of spring break sure was nice while it lasted because this week was an absolute whirlwind! I’ve been super MIA from the blogging world, so I apologize for missing posts, not participating in link ups, etc. My friend’s birthday extravaganza, which I’ve been talking about and planning for weeks, finally happened last night (hence the glowstick pic above), and it was an absolute blast! I can’t wait to share all the deets in tomorrow’s blog post, but for now, here are this week’s outfits and a run-down of the past few days. Things should be *much* calmer now that the stress of the b-day surprise is gone, so I’m looking forward to having a little downtime next week to catch up on everything. Continue reading “Weekly Recap #15, 2021”

Spanish Travels: Muxia and Finisterre

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After my brother and I finished walking El Camino de Santiago, the rest of our family met us in Spain for a road trip across the country—first stop, Muxia and Finisterre! While the traditional end of the Camino is in Santiago, many pilgrims choose to continue walking an extra three days to either Muxia or Finisterre to see the ocean (and the mile marker that says 0 kilometers left!). So…my brother and I took the easy way out and drove there in a quick hour and a half instead. Ha! Continue reading “Spanish Travels: Muxia and Finisterre”

Grieving Someone Who’s Still Alive

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I’ve always associated grief with those who have died—a kind of sickening permanence knowing you will never see a person again, share a laugh, or breathe the same air. But I never considered the different kind of heartache that comes with mourning the loss of a living person. Like someone very close to you who moved across the country and “got too busy” to stay in touch. Or a best friend for years who changed so much you didn’t recognize her anymore. Or a romantic significant other with broken hearts on either side, or the worse fate of breaking up while still in love, out of necessity (perhaps the one downside of college). Continue reading “Grieving Someone Who’s Still Alive”