So I’m here. Jetlagged and starving at the most random times, but I’m here and I couldn’t be happier.
Moore Haus is amazing, such a nice, cozy place to live, especially when it’s so cold out. I’m living in a room with two other girls with a slanted roof. very cozy. It’s already feeling like home.
Yep, that’s taken from the road right out front, too. So it’s quite the hike up to home. And that’s not counting the huge hill before you even get here. Looks like I won’t be missing out on “Stepperdine” too much. The nice thing is that it keeps you in shape.
I’m absolutely falling in love with the quaint little town of Heidelberg. I’m going down today to take some pictures of the Haupstrauss (main street) and the old bridge and the Neckar river and the Schloss and the buildings and the view from Moore Haus … I just really love the town. It has such a feel to it, similar to the town in Beauty and the Beast, except not animated.
The cold hasn’t been too bad thus far. It’s rained and hailed, but no snow, and hey, I’m still alive. I haven’t gotten unbearably cold yet, but they say this is mild weather, so we’ll have to see if this continues.
We basically have the weekend free, so I am gonna do a little exploring and start to try to catch up on sleep. Classes start Monday, although we already had our orientation and a first day of every class. Shouldn’t be too hard this semester, but the biggest challenge will be balancing the school work with traveling and enjoying Europe.
But I am incredibly happy and feeling insanely blessed to have this opportunity to be here. I cannot wait to see what God is going to do through me and in me these next three and a half months!