Jun. 29, 2013—If I am being honest, my blogging has been quite sporadic this summer. I am usually a regular blogger and I try to set a posting schedule for myself each semester. Thus far this summer, however, I have been traveling, which has left me with inconsistent internet access. Both of my trips were absolutely amazing (thank you parents!), but now I am back stateside for the foreseeable future. There is only one thing left for me do to this summer: apply to medical school.
Jun. 27, 2013—From the beautiful land of Brevard, I bring you some wisdom. We recently engaged in an All-Cello Studio class, where the four faculty cellists, including David Premo, Alistar McRae, Felix Wang, and Benjamin Karp, sat down and told us stories about the “do”s and “don’t”s of a professional cellist’s life. There
Jun. 26, 2013—For the past two weeks, my family and I have been traveling Europe. The trip served as a celebration for my sister's graduation and my parents' anniversary. It was also the first time that my parents had been out of the country. We flew into London and spent two days there, and then we went to Paris for a few days. The last week of our trip was spent on a Mediterranean cruise, which stopped in the south of France, Italy and Barcelona. We had a great time, but there is no place like home.
Jun. 19, 2013—As Caitlyn mentioned in her post, we're trying to do something new, fun, and inexpensive in Nashville each weekend. Our first weekend brought us to a free movie at the Belcourt, and on Sunday we ventured downtown to brave the crowds to catch a free CMAFest concert by the river--we saw Lonestar and then wandered around downtown where the streets were shut down and there were tons of free giveaways and fun happenings.
Jun. 19, 2013—Hello faithful followers, It has surely been a while since my last post, but I have made it back to the United States safe and sound. I left Edinburgh on the 25th of May (sad face), and since then have moved into my summer apartment and started interning in New York City. Leaving Edinburgh, and...
Jun. 17, 2013—Two weeks flew by at the National Music Festival. This two-week program is located in quaint little Chestertown, where the locals live in beautiful old houses by the waterfront. Host families and Washington College generously housed the hundred students who all came with full tuition and housing scholarships from all over the United States and abroad.