A BLOG CHRONICLING MY SEMESTER AND TRAVELS ABROAD

Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I hope that this will be an excellent way for me to keep all of my friends and family up to date on my semester abroad in Rome. Please feel free to post any comments you would like, or shoot me an e-mail and I will try to respond as soon as possible. Also, if you click on each of the photographs below, it will display them at their full size.

Wednesday, February 7, 2007

I Am Bad At Staying Up To Date With My Blog

Today I just finished up with classes and then went back to Monica's place to cook some dinner with her and her roommate Krista (Krista was pretty excited because we are awesome chefs, ha). We made our specialty, farfalli pasta with olive oil, pesto, salami, and mozzarella di bufala. It was delicious. We are heading out for Naples in the morning, it should be pretty exciting.

This is Monica and I washing some dishes after the meal.

Also, as school is becoming a little more demanding and I am travelling more, I think it will be very difficult to have a post for every single day (like I was real good about that before, huh?). I would have liked to keep it up but I just won't have the time. I will still post as frequently as I can. Sorry it has taken me so long to give you an update. Also, remember, I love hearing from all of you, so if you get a chance, shoot me an e-mail and let me know how things are going.

3 comments:

Annika said...

Yes, yes you are.

How's the Italian coming along?

AdRock said...

I will try to be a little better about staying up to date. The Italian is coming along a little slow, but I am going to give it a little more attention with the time that I have left. I have been doing a lot of pointing and smiling.

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