I år har sensommeren budt på en masse hyggelige stunder for mit vedkommende. Ikke mindst fordi vejret har været så dejligt, og at jeg har haft ferie halvdelen af august, men også fordi at jeg har skulle sige på gensyn til en masse søde mennesker, som jeg ikke får at se de næste to måneder, hvor jeg er i England. To måneder er ingenting i forhold til dem som rejser af sted et helt år, men alligevel føler jeg, at to måneder er lang tid nok til, at man siger ordentlig på gensyn. Derfor har den stået på liiidt mange caféture, og sensommeraftener med søde venner <3
In four days I’m on a plane on my way to England. My room is therefore currently one big packing mess, haha! I really enjoy packing because it makes my stomach full of excited butterflies 🙂 But I’m also the kind of person who always forget something! So this time I decided to make my own packing guide, so I can keep track of all the things I have to bring to England. I know there’s a lot of other students traveling abroad at the time, so I decided to make this packing guide for all of you travellers out there.
Now back to packing <3
Her forleden besluttede Sofie, Emily og jeg os for at lave en ægte pige-filmaften. Iført det rareste hygge-tøj cyklede vi ned til det lokale supermarked og købte ind til de lækreste hjemmelavede kartoffelpizzaer, som vi havde besluttet os for at lave. Derefter gik vi i krig med at lave verdens lækreste (!!) kartoffelpizzaer, mens Sam Smith, Whitney Houston og Bruno Mars brølede ud af højtalerne på fuld skrue, ahaha. Efter vi havde spist pizza stod den på filmen Insurgent, tæpper og chokolade i stuen, hvor vi hyggede max <3 Vi er alle tre ekstrem store fans af 80% chokolade, så der var ingen tvivl om hvad aftenens dessert skulle være, ahaha. Der findes ikke noget hyggeligere end vakseægte pigeaftener! Hvad laver I, når I skal have den perfekte pigeaften?
Som I kan se på det sidste billede, så bor Sofie i et utrolig lækkert hus! Ihh det er så fint, og jeg elsker virkelig at være i det hus. Jeg glæder mig i hvert fald helt bestemt til næste gang vi skal have pizza og prinsesse-tid på slottet 😉
This week I have received so much information about my staying in York, and I’m eventually starting to get a lot of nerves on. Only good nerves, of course 😉 I’m so (so, so, so) excited for the next two months, where I will be living in York in England. Not only will I attend classes at York college, I will also be living with a british family!
Last Thursday we got information about our homestay families. Even though neither Sofie or I applied to be in homestay with any other Danish students in York, it eventually ended up like that. At first we were both really confused and didn’t really know how to react to the fact that we were going to live together for 2 months. We started to talk and discuss the whole situation and after 5 minutes of talking about all the benefits of us living together, we were both so thrilled to be host sisters and suddenly we were even more excited about the staying! We will always have each other by our side, and Sofie is going to be the most awesome host sister ever! We have already planned what music we will be listening to in the mornings, when we do our make-up, hahaha. I really don’t hope our host family will find it way too annoying with two teenage girls singing “My milkshake brings all the boys to yard…” in the bathroom every morning 😉 I’m joking of course, we will definitely try to behave (try) 😉 Sofie and I are going to stay with our host mom Emma, her husband, her 12 year old son and their two dogs. I’m way beyond excited to meet them and get to live the british lifestyle for two months.
Beside of getting information about our homestay family, we also received a useful welcome brochure from York College. First of all the brochure contains information about our first days in York. The first two days we have an introduction program, which hopefully will resulting in us knowing more about the city and the school before our classes start. According to the pictures on the school website, the school looks so much like a shopping mall… No complains, but I hate finding my way in malls. Guess the reason is that I’m definitely the worst person in the world to find my way. Luckily they enclosed a map of the school, so I will hopefully not be completely lost, haha.
And now I reaaaaaally have to go, because I have an appointment with my hairdresser. You know, you have to get your hair on point before going to college, haha 😉