• Tackling the Job
  • Asia's Eastern Edge:  A Photo Journal of Vietnam
  • Sprouting in Brussels
  • Cheers, Ciao, Click
  • Earning a Degree - Learning a Culture
  • Tales from the Barn
  • Pharm Life


From the Blog

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Ready for Training Camp!

Training Camp ’15 is beginning! It’s a month-long summer event where Browns practices are free and open to the public, and fans...

Buh-Bye, Belgium

After 18 hours of travel, I arrived home in Michigan at about 7:30 Sunday evening. I was exhausted and happy to be home, but...

First Week in the Dawg Pound

Week one on the job is complete! This special events internship has already exceeded my expectations and I cannot wait to see what the...

Findlay Oiler to Browns Intern

It is surreal that I am starting an internship with The Cleveland Browns thanks to the Edge Partnership! Many would think starting a...

The Big Volunteer Week

My internship with Serve the City Brussels concluded this weekend, and although I am happy for the break it has given me to cherish...

Footprints

Assigned to seat #12 for a one-day round trip bus excursion between Saigon and the heart of the MeKong Delta, Vietnam provided plenty of...

Neverland or The Netherlands?

First off, I would like to make you all aware that I am going to crash as soon as I return home, because I...

It’s Not Honey?

Honey is a healthy nutritious food from bees. Paired with dates most folks could live contentedly into old age on such a diet. The delicious...

HaLong Bay, Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam

Surrounded by the velvety green waters of HaLong Bay is a vast collection of sculptured limestone pillars.   The megaliths appear as if centurions on duty patiently bearing witness to...

Nga’s Second Letter

Good Morning Marie!

Thank you for opening the door to my memories!

I believe memory is a medicine that helps us focus on who we are...

I Never Thought I Would Experience Culture Shock

I have started my third week in Belgium, and I am very, very happy here.

I am astounded that a place I have lived for...

Nga’s Letter – Growing Up Along the Red River

 

On Jun 3, 2015, at 22:38, Thanh Nga Hoang wrote:

Good Morning Marie!

I’ve just read your blog about your amazing experience in Vietnam!

Maybe you don’t know...

The Red River, Hanoi

 

The Red River, even in the light haze of early morning, is clearly visible from a window high above central Hanoi. Similar to the...

Finding Things (and Getting Lost)

I have survived my first week in Belgium!

I have tried foods and drinks and modes of transportation I had never tried before. Some of...

The Little Dancer at the Diamond Plaza

The Diamond Plaza in Ho Chi Minh City, District One, is a favorite meeting place for city folk, tourists and temporary residents, exchange students...