Monday, August 6, 2012
Here are more thoughts one year down the line. There's continued emphasis on the love affair that students have with London, which so many students are the happiest victims of.
Melissa Frisco, ICLC alum from Fall 201, says this:
One year ago, I was so incredibly excited to get to London. I had been there years before for a week and fell in love. Now, one year later, I'm totally enamored. I think I changed more in those four months than in the previous twenty-one years of my life. I found my home - the place where I felt so comfortable and happy. Now, I am fighting tooth and nail to get back there and settle down. After my plans to obtain Italian (and therefore EU) citizenship fell through (silly Grandpa getting naturalised before my dad was born), I had to look for different paths. There is still, of course, the chance to marry a hot Brit (as I was nominated most likely to do by Elsie herself), but now I'm looking into a bit more plausible approach - attending graduate or possibly law school in London. No one ever said achieving your dreams was easy (or cheap), right?! I loved everything about living in London - our West Ken neighborhood, the ICLC of course (and all of its amazing staff), my internship, my classes, the wonderful friends I made (British and American), and the opportunity to travel to six other countries. I learned so much about the city, all sorts of different cultures, and myself. I love telling people all these facts about London and England that I now know, some more random than others, and most learned from the wonderful Bill Sheasgreen. I will see you again soon, London; you can count on it.
Melissa Frisco, the photo-bomber herself!
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