Friday, July 6, 2012



Being in America is surreal and awesome and awkward. I love eating hotdogs and driving my car and being barefoot without worrying about what possible poop I may step in. I love speaking in English and not having to gesture in weird dance moves to try and get my point across. I love my mattress. I love Wal Mart and Market Basket and Dunkin Donuts. I just love America!

But at the same time, I miss Chinese food, and walking to the Jia Jia and eating family style and taking the 30 downtown on a Friday night to visit the DVD store. And I miss my kids, more than I'll ever be able to express.

I wanted to take a moment and thank everyone who has followed my journey in China and who has supported me and encouraged me throughout my adventures. Even by simply reading this blog has been such a comfort and support to me. China was one of the greatest things I've ever done with my life and I loved every moment of it and the reason I was able to achieve this great dream and goal of mine is because of the incredible support system I have had. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

This will probably be my last entry on this blog (unless I decide to go back to China, which I'll never rule out), but for those who find entertainment in reading about my adventures, feel free to follow me on my personal blog, Into the Wild, where I've been blogging for the last three years!

Thank you again!

1 comment:

  1. You're the best! loved reading about your adventures so much.