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So… I haven’t updated in forever.  As I’m sure you can imagine, I just got caught up with everything so I didn’t have much time to blog!  Since Prague (which feels like so long ago), I’ve been to lots of other cities and done some pretty cool things….and I also returned home, with mixed emotions.  The first 2 weeks back were nice since I was able to catch up with some family and friends (and celebrate my 21st birthday States-style), but after that it finally hit me: 

I’m no longer in Paris.

I’m back to the grind now..working the same job as the last 2 summers at Temple.  I still love it!  But nothing is the same.  I feel like a different person than when I left.  I mean, I’m still the same MONICA as before…but I feel like I see things and the world through a different light now.  A better light, a more understanding light.  I love Europe so much..and I miss it so much.  It’s going to be hard for others to understand who haven’t experienced something similar.  I’m sure people won’t want to continue hearing about all my stories and adventures, haha.  But all good things come to an end, right? 😦

So after Prague, I went on my Spring Break which was 16 days long!  Matt (from my program) and I backpacked through Italy for the first week together.  We landed in Rome and spent a couple days there, then took a train to Florence and spent a few days there.  After that, we took a day trip to Pisa to see the Leaning Tower, and then took a train to Milan and stayed there for a day.  Then finally we took a train to Venice and spent a couple days there.  Italy was absolutely gorgeous.  I’ve never had such good pizza and gnocchi and gelato.  It was so delicious.  After our week in Italy, Matt went to England and Scotland and I left for Barcelona, where I spent a week with Ashley and her friends there.  Barcelona was one of the COOLEST places I’ve ever been.  There are mountains surrounding one side of the city and the Mediterranean surrounding the other side.  Just gorgeous…and everyone was friendly and so laid back and chill.  Much much different from Paris, but I loved it!!  It’s second in my top 5 favorite cities…right after Paris of course 😉

Me in front of the Colosseum in Rome

Roman Forum

The best Pizza on Earth!

The best Pizza on Earth!

Colosseum @ night!

Colosseum @ night!

On top of the duomo in Florence

On top of the duomo in Florence

Ponte Vecchio...famous bridge in Florence

Ponte Vecchio...famous bridge in Florence

typical picture..holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa!

typical picture..holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa!

Duomo in Milan - my favorite of them all!

Duomo in Milan - my favorite of them all!

gondola in Venice :)

gondola in Venice 🙂

St. Marks Square

St. Mark's Square

Ponte Rialto..famous bridge in Venice

Ponte Rialto..famous bridge in Venice

trying spanish tapas for the first time in Barcelona!

trying spanish tapas for the first time in Barcelona!

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

Park Guell

Parc Guell

group shot at the fountain show in Barcelona

group shot at the fountain show in Barcelona

After Barca, I flew back to Paris and had a week of class then traveled to London for a long weekend.  We took the Chunnel (Eurostar)!!!  It was so fast!!  About a 2 hr train ride and we were only under the Channel for about 20 minutes.  London was also one of my favorite places.  I went with Alexa and Rosy from my program and we stayed right by the train station, King’s Cross/St. Pancras.  London was amazing!  I had THE best Indian food there…best curry chicken & samosas ever!  We saw all the major sights, plus we took a really cool day trip that was totally worth it (about 35 pounds) to Windsor Castle, Bath, and Stonehenge!  I think I met the friendliest people there, too.  And I really loved the London Underground 🙂

In the London Underground :)

In the London Underground 🙂

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London Bridge!

London Bridge!

posing with a guard at Windsor Castle

posing with a guard at Windsor Castle

jumping pic at Stonehenge!

jumping pic at Stonehenge!

crossing Abby Road with Rosy & Alexa :)

crossing Abbey Road with Rosy & Alexa 🙂

in a souvenir shop in Piccadilly Circus

in a souvenir shop in Piccadilly Circus

Me with the London Eye at night

Me with the London Eye at night

Big Ben at night!

Big Ben at night!

Then I returned back to Paris and had another week of class and then took a weekend trip to Berlin and met up with Ashley!  We took the free walking tour and had a really funny tour guide, Summer Banks.  We also both bought Birkenstocks, which by the way, are SO much cheaper in Germany than in the US!  We had some good beer and some good currywurst, too 🙂  Berlin was also in my top 5 cities — it just has so much history…the Berlin Wall, Hitler’s bunker, etc.  It also has the coolest street art ever.  Every corner you turn there is street art on the walls of buildings and on sidewalks, etc.  It was awesome!

Ash and Me at the Berlin Wall

Ash and Me at the Berlin Wall

TV Tower in Berlin

TV Tower in Berlin

Berlin Cathedral

Berlin Cathedral

Brandenburg Gate at night

Brandenburg Gate at night

Inside the Reichstag looking down at all the seats

Inside the Reichstag looking down at all the seats

The next weekend I spent my last weekend in Paris just doing all the things I enjoy doing..walking the streets, getting crêpes, sitting in the beautiful gardens and people-watching, and visiting some places that I hadn’t been before.  It was a nice relaxing weekend…and a bittersweet one as well.  Then the following week I prepared for my finals and actually took my huge (3 hour!) final on Saturday, May 23rd, aka my 21st birthday.  As soon as we were finished, a few of my friends and I went to Maoz to get falafels and then I took a 5 hr train ride to Amsterdam to meet my friends for the weekend!  I had an amazing time… we also saw Anne Frank’s house where and her family hid during WWII and went to the Heineken Experience to see how they brew their beer!  Definitely a fun time.  Then Ash and I returned to Paris where we spent a week of sightseeing and hanging out.  It was fun seeing everything for the last time and for the first time for Ashley.  My last night in Paris we spent on the Champ de Mars where we had a bottle of wine from Bordeaux and watched the Eiffel Tower and laid out on a blanket.  It was such a good way to end my experience in Paris.

Brewing beer at the Heineken Experience!

Brewing beer at the Heineken Experience in Amsterdam!

beautiful canals in Amsterdam

beautiful canals in Amsterdam

Ash and Me in the m of the I amsterdam structure :)

Ash and Me in the 'm' of the I amsterdam structure 🙂

hehe, a big dutch wooden shoe!

hehe, a big dutch wooden shoe!

After our week in Paris, we flew to Athens and spent a few days there with a friend of my Aunt Sheila.  His name is Kostas (so greek!).  We walked all around, went to the National Museum of Archaeology, climbed the acropolis and Mt. Lykabettos, and saw the Parthenon.  We also visited Sounio, which is the southernmost point of Attica to see the Temple of Poseidon.  Athens wasn’t one of my favorite cities — but it had amazing sights and history.  After our few days in Athens were up, we took a TINY (like 40 people)  flight to the island of Kythira in Greece, where my Aunt Sheila and Uncle Panayotis live.  The flight was only 40 minutes long.  We could have taken the ferry, but that was a 6 hour journey.  So we spent a week there visiting my Aunt and Uncle and staying in their home.  Greece was BEAUTIFUL….the beaches were unbelievable and I ate the best food the whole time.  THE BEST FETA CHEESE IN THE WORLD!  We had gyros, souvlaki, baklava, and paximadi!  By the end of the week though,  I was all traveled out and ready to head back to the US.  By that point, I had been in Europe for 4+ months!

typical greek homes :)

typical greek homes 🙂

Theater of Dionysus, climbing up the Acropolis

Theater of Dionysus, climbing up the Acropolis

Ash and I at the Acropolis

Ash and I at the Acropolis

the Parthenon!

the Parthenon!

view of Athens from Mt. Lykabettos

view of Athens from Mt. Lykabettos

the Temple of Poseidon in Sounio

the Temple of Poseidon in Sounio

Aunt Sheila & Uncle Panayotis home in Fratsia, Kythira

Aunt Sheila & Uncle Panayotis' home in Fratsia, Kythira

Kapsali...the most beautiful beach ever!!

Kapsali...the most beautiful beach ever!!

Me, Uncle Panayotis, and Aunt Sheila

Me, Uncle Panayotis, and Aunt Sheila

Ash, Me, and Aunt Sheilas 2 neighbors..who are Kostas parents!

Ash, Me, and Aunt Sheila's 2 neighbors..who are Kostas' parents!

Me, Uncle Panayotis, & Ash

Me, Uncle Panayotis, & Ash

Ash and Me in our shades :)

Ash and Me in our shades 🙂

Anyway, so I’m 21 now and back in the US of A.  As if celebrating my 21st in Amsterdam wasn’t enough, I celebrated with friends and family the week I got back at Chickie’s and Pete’s.  What a fun night that was!!  It was good seeing some people and it was a lot of fun because turning 21 in Europe just isn’t the same!  This Friday Ash and I are going to the Phils game (we’re playing the Mets!!), which was her bday present to me!  I’m so excited!  Then we’re heading down to her beach house in Rehoboth with Ash’s friend from HS, Denise, and the rest of Ash’s family.  I cannot wait to be on the beach and set off fireworks for the 4th of July!!  I really  hope we have great weather.

That’s all I’ve got for now…I still can’t believe I’m home and that I just spent the last 4 months in Europe.  It feels so surreal.

-Monica

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For St. Patty’s Day weekend, my roommate, Kassie, and I went to Dublin!!  Where else would be better?!  It was both our first time there, and Ashley was also going with some of her friends from GSE Barcelona…so needless to say, we had a MonAsh reunion!!  It had been over 2 months since I last saw her!  I can’t tell you how amazing Dublin was.  What a beautiful and lively city…with some of the most friendly people I’ve ever met!

We first arrived in Dublin on Friday night, so we checked into our hostel quickly,  and then met up with Ashley and her friend Shaina to go grab a drink at a bar before they closed.  We didn’t have much time before they closed but we were also tired from the traveling, etc.  So that night we went to bed early because we were going to get up early the next day and explore Dublin!  On Saturday morning, we did the Free Walking Tour of Dublin which was REALLY good!  Basically, this company called New Europe believes that every visitor should have a tour of the city at no cost, regardless of their budget.  They have volunteer tour guides who work on a tips-only basis, so their tours are really good.  Most of the tour guides are college or grad students so they’re very knowledgeable, friendly, and funny!  Basically, they want to make the tour the best it can be so they can get tips!  And if you don’t want to tip, you don’t have to – that’s their whole idea.  Anyway, our tour guide was Conor and he was really great!  Here are some pictures from the tour:

Christ Cathedral

Christ Cathedral

Tour Guide Conor!

Tour Guide Conor!

Me & Ash on tour :)

Me & Ash on tour 🙂

Temple Bar!!!

Temple Bar!!!

Liffey River :)

Liffey River...O'Connell Bridge in distance 🙂

The story behind the colorful doors in Dublin: Women painted their doors different colors to help their husbands distinguish which door was theirs when they were drunk, so they wouldn't end up in the wrong house and in the wrong bed! :)

The story behind the colorful doors in Dublin: Women painted their doors different colors to help their husbands distinguish which door was theirs when they were drunk, so they wouldn't end up in the wrong house and in the wrong bed! 🙂

They had these reminders on the streets at every crosswalk to remind tourists to look a certain direction when crossing....HAHA! Ireland and England are the two crazy countries that drive on the opposite side of the road ;)

They had these reminders on the streets at every crosswalk to remind tourists to look a certain direction when crossing....HAHA! Ireland and England are the two crazy countries that drive on the opposite side of the road 😉

The Spire!

The Spire!

After the walking tour, we walked around because every Saturday in the Temple Bar District they have a market where you can buy all types of food.  There was Indian food, Asian food, all types of nuts/cheese/fruit, and then there were OYSTERS.  Since I’ve never had an oyster, I decided to take my first oyster shot.  I like to try everything once!  So, Kassie, Ashley, and I all had our first oyster shots in Dublin.  They didn’t like theirs – I was the only one who liked them!  🙂

About to try our first oyster shot!  Mmm.

About to try our first oyster shot! Mmm.

Then after the food market, we headed over to the Guinness Storehouse to take a tour of the factory!  It was AWESOME!!  We learned all about Guinness and how they brew their beer!  And at the end of the tour with your ticket, you were entitled to a free pint!!  You got to pour it yourself and get a certificate as well!!  After we poured our pints, we could go up to the top level of the Guinness Storehouse which was called the Gravity Bar.  You have one of the best views of Dublin up there!!  Overall, one of the coolest tours I’ve ever been on.

Guinness Storehouse!

Guinness Storehouse!

Me & Ash!

Me & Ash!

This is true!  Since Kassie & Ash are actually Irish...it wasn't necessary for them to be in this one!

This is true! Since Kassie & Ash are actually Irish...it wasn't necessary for them to be in this one!

Guinness pelican ad

Guinness pelican ad

Me pouring my pint!

Me pouring my pint!

The Perfect Pint!

The Perfect Pint!

Perfect Pint Success :)

Perfect Pint Success 🙂

View from the Gravity Bar...Wicklow mountains in the distance

View from the Gravity Bar...Wicklow mountains in the distance

Shaina, Kassie, Ash, and I in Gravity Bar

Shaina, Kassie, Ash, and I in Gravity Bar

Then Saturday night we went out of course!!  Dublin has over 800 pubs so we went to a good amount of them 🙂  For dinner, we went to this place called Gallagher’s Boxty House in Temple Bar district and had some good Irish food!  I got a chicken boxty for dinner and I also tried my first soda bread!  Then afterward, we went to Porterhouse Brewing Co. where they had this AWESOME live band that played really good Irish music.

My chicken boxty for dinner.  It was delish :)

My chicken boxty for dinner. It was delish 🙂

Streets of Dublin @ night

Streets of Dublin @ night

Porterhouse!!  Our favorite bar!

Porterhouse!! Our favorite bar!

Live Irish Music!!

Live Irish Music!!

Me & Shaina in Porterhouse :)  Having a great time!

Me & Shaina in Porterhouse 🙂 Having a great time!

Then on Sunday, Ash and I walked around Dublin.   We checked out Grafton St. which had really cool shops and things to look at.  While walking around, we even got to see some Irish dancing!!  They were so cute!  Ash got a really cute Ireland track jacket and we both got claddagh rings.  We walked all around and did some souvenir shopping until Ash had to leave.

Ash & Me on Grafton St.

Ash & Me on Grafton St.

Irish Dancing!!

Irish Dancing!!

So far, the weekend in Dublin was BY FAR my most favorite.  Dublin is a FANTASTIC city and I had such a great time.  Got to see so many things and just really enjoyed myself.  I highly recommend visiting if you ever get the chance 🙂

And then for actual St. Patty’s Day, my friend Rosy and I went out to Corcoran’s Irish Pub in the Latin Quarter here in Paris.  It was a LOT of fun!!!  So they were giving out free Guinness hats and we managed to get one for ourselves!

Me & Rosy at the Irish Pub. Happy St. Patty's Day!

Me & Rosy at the Irish Pub. Happy St. Patty's Day!

That’s all for now!  This Saturday I’m going to Versailles, which will be my 2nd time visiting, but I can’t wait!  Look out for another post soon 🙂  Bon week-end!

Bisous,

Monique

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I’ve officially been in Paris for a week now!  AND I’M LOVING IT!

Let’s see, let’s see..time flies here it seems.  I’ve done a lot already and it’s only been a week.

First things first: I finally got my class schedule all set.  I technically have 4 classes.  I have my grammar class Mon-Fri from 2-4pm, which I’m loving so far.  There are about 16 of us in the class and the professor, Mme Dumery, is REALLY nice and a REALLY good prof.  Sometimes I can’t believe that I can understand what she’s saying.  I mean, all my classes at Temple are taught in French, but this is a French class IN France and taught by an actual French professor.  The students in my class come from all over the world.  At the end of my first class a few days ago, I actually asked the girl next to me a question in English about one of our homework assignments just to make sure I got the directions right in English.  After she stared at me for a few seconds and didn’t respond, I asked her in French if she spoke English and she didn’t.  And you know what?  It turns out that a lot of people in my class do not know English.  HOW COOL IS THAT?!  The language we share in common is FRENCH and I love every part of that.  I speak French every possible chance I get.  This grammar class is really going to help my speech and my writing.  I can just feel it.

Next week, my phonetics class starts.  It’s Mon-Fri every OTHER week from 430-540pm.  And then I’m taking 2 “conférences” which are my electives.  I chose to take “Littérature française du 20ème siècle” every Tuesday morning from 10-12 and “La politique en France” every Friday  morning from 10-12.  I am VERY excited for these classes to start.  I’m so happy to finally have my class schedule set 🙂  I can’t tell you how much I love taking the métro and RER to class every day.  I can’t believe what I see every day.  The line I take crosses over the Seine every day and it’s gorgeous.  When I finally exit the métro and RER above ground, I walk towards my school, which is practically NEXT to the Panthéon, where famous people like Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo, and Émile Zola are all buried.  I literally pass that every day.  Not to mention the Panthéon overlooks the city of Paris and it’s so elevated that I get to see the beautiful Eiffel Tower as well.  I LOVE where my school is located.  I couldn’t ask for anything better.  Oh yeah, Notre Dame is right nearby as well 🙂

Panthéon

Panthéon

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devant Notre Dame 🙂

A few days ago when I was walking to class, there were all these cop cars and I’m guessing the French  S.W.A.T team, haha.  There were people EVERYWHERE and loud chanting.  Next thing I know I see an entire BLOCK of students with signs chanting and protesting up and down the side streets.  I asked these 2 guys what was going on and they told me in French that they were rallying/protesting because they were unhappy about student laws.  Anyway, it was quite a sight:

les manifestations

les manifestations

tous les policiers sont prêts

tous les policiers sont prêts

beaucoup d'étudiants

beaucoup d'étudiants

In other news, all my roommates (Beth, Krystal, Kassie), Matt and Alexa (who are also in GSE) and I went out to dinner last night at this place called Watt.  It was delicious and such a cute place.  It’s located in the “quartier Latin” in Paris, right where the main Sorbonne campus is.  So far, it’s my favorite district in Paris.  Last Sunday night, Matt, Krystal, and I went to the Bastille district and saw Les Noces Rebelles (Revolutionary Road).  It was in English with French subtitles.  I have to say… it was really good.  It really makes you think and question your life.  It was funny though since they kept mentioning Paris, haha.  But I actually took a picture inside the theater before the movie came on because it was SO SMALL.  We actually tried twice before to see the movie but each time it was sold out.  The reason being because there are only like 30 seats!

c'est très petit!

Last weekend Matt and I took the métro to Montmarte, climbed a MILLION stairs just to get out of the métro, and then climbed even MORE stairs to get to Sacré Coeur.  After that, we just wandered the streets of Montmartre (one of my favorite districts) and got some hot chocolate since it was snowing.  It was nice to walk around though, because once Spring comes, sooo many people come out and it gets so crowded.  So it was nice not having many people around.

View of Paris from Sacré Coeur. It was snowing!

View of Paris from Sacré Coeur. It was snowing!

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posing in front of Sacré Coeur 🙂

Streets of Montmartre

Streets of Montmartre

This weekend I’m going to Bordeaux (Southwest France) with GSE.  GSE (Global Student Experience) is the study abroad company that organized my trip, in case I haven’t mentioned that detail.  Anyway, Bordeaux is known for its wine industry so I can’t wait to see (and better yet, taste) all the wine there.  It’s about a 3 hour train ride from Paris.

I’ll update after this weekend is over!!  HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!!!

Bisous ❤

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Last post til Paris :)

So, it snowed last night.  I’d say we got like 5 inches by my house.  I’m leaving in less than an hour to go to the airport, but I just wanted to post some pics that I took last night because they’re so pretty, and I’m going to miss my family, friends, house, and dog when I’m away!!

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my house at night!


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looking down my street..

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Greta playing outback!!!!  what a cutie.

dsc03087my house in the morning after the snow 🙂

That’s all I have time for now!!!  See you when I get to Paris!!!!

-Monique

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Today is my last day of work (until June), so it’s kind of a bittersweet day.  I’ll certainly miss everyone here.  But some of us are going out to Aromatic tonight in Old City to hang out and wish me farewell!!  I’m pretty excited about that.  And I got a new haircut!!  I decided I needed a change before France…and I went dark!  So far, it seems like everyone really likes it 🙂

new haircut!

new haircut!

I had my Bon Voyage party on Sunday, which turned out to be really nice.  Almost all of my family and friends came and said bye.  However — I completely forgot to take pictures on my camera!! I’m so upset!!  So I don’t really have any pics to post right now, but I should have some tonight when we go to Aromatic.

Everyone keeps asking me the same questions about leaving for France:  “Are you excited!!??  Are you nervous!??”  And the answer is YES!!!  I am SO excited to leave the country for a few months and be on my own experience new things and meet new people.  I’m sure I’ll be a little nervous at first, but I think my nervousness takes a back seat to how excited I am for my trip!!!

I’ll try to update once more before I arrive à Paris!  Au revoir 🙂

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Soo I’m all moved out of my apt… but still looking for a 2nd person to take over my lease.  I’m so happy that Fall semester is over!!!  I got very good grades…I even made Dean’s List this semester, and it’s been the busiest one by far!!  Woot!

I’m counting down the days til I go to Paris.  Just a little over 3 weeks and I’ll be arriving in my new Parisian apt 🙂  I’ve just been getting things ready, buying some convenience things, etc.  Other than that, I’ve just been working, hanging out at home, and hanging out with my friends from home and at Temple.  Ashley leaves for Spain on Friday!!!  I can’t believe it’s already here.  Wow.

2009 is going to be a good year.  How can it not be?  Kicking it off with a semester in Paris and a vacation afterward in Greece?!

Here’s a picture of the apt. I’ll be living in when I go to Paris!

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22 Rue Lamblardie 🙂

That’s all I’ve got for now!! More updates soon to come.

-Monica

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MY LIFE HAS BEEN CRAZY!!  This is definitely finals week for sure.

 I only have 2 finals, one on Thursday and one on Friday, but let me just tell you what else I have to do… Yesterday, I had my final French paper due in my 4000 level class, which was 5 pages long!  I think that was the longest French paper I’ve ever written.  Today, by midnight, I have my final 8-10 page Political Philosophy paper due.  Did I mention I haven’t started that one yet?? Ha.  And on top of that, that professor also assigned 2 reaction papers due by Saturday at noon!  Ridiculous!!  Who do they think I am?! Then I have to study for my American Supreme Court final tomorrow then study for my Spanish final on Friday.  So OFFICIALLY…I am done Fall 2008 semester this Saturday at noon, haha.  Life = crazy right now.

On top of that, I’m trying to find someone to take over my lease so I can move out asap since I’m leaving February 4th for Paris!!!!  A few people have seen the room already, but I’m awaiting a final decision.  And on top of that, I still haven’t bought my Christmas presents for people which I have to do on Friday.  I don’t think I can get any busier.  Really.  But it’s ok.. I like being busy rather then bored.  

In other news, a bunch of my friends and I just went ice skating at the RiverRink in Penn’s Landing.  I had been there once before, but it was so nice going again when I’m much older!!  And also, Temple Men’s Basketball had the best upset ever!!  I think it was the best game I have been to at the Liacouras Center thus far.  Temple played #8 in the nation, Tennessee, and we PWNED!  And although I couldn’t storm the court afterward since I’m in basketball band, I did manage to take a picture on my phone so I’ll upload that on here.  And most importantly, I WENT TO MY FIRST EAGLES GAME AND FIRST FLYERS GAME!!!  My first Eagles game was on Monday for Monday Night Football!!! WOO!  And we won against the Cleveland Browns 30-10!!  It was amazing.  And just last night, I went to my first Flyers game… IN A SUITE!!!  One of my best friends here, Erin, won some type of contest online and got a free suite with her and other friends she could invite.  We played Colorado Avalanche and won 5-2!!!  It was soo awesome!!!  I LOVE Philly sports!!!!

So, since I REALLY need to start that 8-10 page paper like NOWish..I have to cut this post short.  Sorry for the lack of posting.  But I’m sure you can understand and see why!  Here are a few pics, though!!

 

n1091100037_30161476_7086Me, Mike, Ashley, Flounder, Andrew, Adrienne at the RiverRink at Penn’s Landing!  

 

n1091100037_30161473_6073Ashley and Me ice skating!! ❤

 

n8229334_37938698_1272My mobile upload from my phone when everyone stormed the court.  Temple beats #8 Tennessee 88-72!!  WOO! GO OWLS!! 

 

n54203960_31008304_3478Friends from home at the Linc! Rob, Me, Kim, Jayme @ the Eagles game!

 

n54203960_31008306_4034Jayme & Me with the field in the background!! ❤

 

n1091100037_30161536_746Ashley, Erin, Me (AEM!) at the Wachovia Center for the Flyers game!!  Love this pic.

 

n1091100037_30161531_8888Santa Claus decided to stop by!!  Group picture in our Flyers SUITE!! 

 

That’s all I’ve got for now!!  Happy Holidays!!!

–Monica

 

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