But in my defense, I did climb a frickin' volcano.
Y'all are just going to have to take my word for it that no news is absolutely, positively good news. And by good news I mean, either our days are so filled with new and exciting adventures that I never find the time to sit and write about them. Or, the life a cancer-ass-kicking-grad-student is so full of the mundane that honestly I think I just fell asleep in the middle of that sentence. Either way. The last six week-ish have been a little bit of A... and a little bit of B.
|Weeeee...skated our way through my 33rd birthday.|
|Celebrated Round 1 of Christmas with these fine folks. Whaddyou lookin' at, kid?|
|And Christmas: Part Deux with All. These. People. Who are these people? And why are there so many of them???|
|Our 3rd wedding anniversary was a little bit country, a little rock'n'roll, and about 4 days early. Why? you ask. Because on our actual anniversary, I was here...|
|...studying abroad with the University of Virginia...|
|...and ringing in the New Year with my favorite UVA nurses.|
|We studied emergency management and disaster response. And I promise you, it was purely educational.|
|Really, really educational when we climbed this.|
|To get here.|
Where is "here"? you ask. Here is 4,000 feet above sea level at the top of Mount Liamuiga. Oh, you read that right. That's a frickin' volcano. And in honor of World Cancer Day today, how's that for telling cancer to suck it?!?
To check out the rest of my disaster preparing, beach going, volcano climbing adventures...