Five weeks, and over 35 written pages later, I am not about to say goodbye to this rediculous city. It seems so long ago that I got here with a group of 18 completely unique people who I would have never ever expected to have made such amazing memories with. It actually baffles me how cohesive our group was. Despite an age range from 20-27 and having people from all different places, we were all really close, and apparently were one of the most "social" groups in the programs history. I love thinking about how on the last night, all of us were able to go out together, scream our lungs out at a kareoke bar, celebrate our papers being completed, and have a good time. That type of group dynamic is unique, and looking back, I really am lucky to have been apart of such an amazing experience.
There are still so many things about Belgium that I will really never understand... this country continues to confuse the heck out me, and sometimes I wonder how they get by here. There is a charm to it though, and I will miss that. However, I am SO ready to go to Italy and visit my family - especially after the nightmare that I have had in my efforts to get to the airport today. (Constant struggles). Au revior belgique, it was great to meet you