Hi Everyone! It has been so long since I’ve written a blog post. Thank you all so much for being so patient with me. This summer has been consumed by 19 credit hours worth of grad school classes, traveling, babysitting, and enjoying Cleveland as much as possible. I wanted to give you all a little end of summer update before I get back to some of my more regular content. 🙂
In the past two months, I have traveled to Wisconsin for my cousin’s wedding, spent hours studying, finished up my last summer (probably) nannying my favorite little dudes, and enjoyed some quality Cleveland summertime.
Oh, and I made two trips to Columbus! One to visit my roommates (who I miss sooo much) and another for a friend’s wedding. Grace and I met when I was a freshman at Ohio State. She is like a big sister to me, so when she asked me to be a bridesmaid, I was honored! It was a dream weekend, with three full days of celebrating and A LOT of dancing. Here are some pictures…
As I said earlier, I finished up 19 credit hours and my first semester of graduate school! It was an absolute whirlwind, but I am loving every minute of it. Now, I am student teaching! It’s been great to actually get into the field and receive hands-on experience. I kind of want to get this year to fly by so I am able to get into my own classroom (is that bad?!).
Anyways, summer is basically over, and I am ready for all things FALL! Pumpkins, Halloween, cozy sweaters. I can’t wait to publish a couple of blog posts about some fun fall/winter activities in Cleveland. I promise I’ll be back on a regular schedule soon!
Here are some pictures from my summer adventures!
Oh, and before I forgot! I am officially an Amazon Influencer, which means I have my own Amazon storefront. Click HERE to visit my own site. I will be adding my favorite products weekly, and I plan on doing a blog post next week with my must-haves!
I hope you guys have an amazing week. Looking forward to another fun season with you guys:)
P.S. If you are looking for something fun to do in Cleveland, click here!