Not once had I been canoeing before. My first time out was an eight mile trip downriver, with a thirty-minute pause on an island to do some writing. There were some bumps along the way, getting caught on rocks and currents—not to mention my friend and I weren’t strong enough to fight back against the wind. Continue reading “Canoeing on the Lamoille River”
I’ve heard different opinions over the last five years about whether high school or college is the “best four years of my life.” I can honestly say that after one semester away from home, my vote goes to college.
One of the best decisions I’ve made in the last year and a half was deciding to go out of state for school. Sure, tuition costs more and I’ll be in debt for who knows how many years, but it’s worth it. Continue reading “Second Semester”