Well, I did it. I have graduated from SUNY New Paltz with the rest of the class of 2013, and I graduated with my Italian study abroad sash and my XAE honor cord. What better way for an Italian major to graduate than to walk in the Italian National Team’s colors? Through the course of just four years, there were many decisions I had to make and even more hardships that I had to overcome. Along the way, I made some of my dreams come true and added some more goals to already long list of stuff I want to do during my lifetime. Now that I have graduated, aside from about $30,000-$40,000 in loans, nothing is in my way, and I will start to cross things off that list. Congrats Class of 2013!
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Hi everyone! Elementary K - 6 and TEFL Certified. Taught K-2 in Istanbul 2013-2016. Moved back stateside in 2016. Taught 3rd grade for three years, and now moving onto 5th math and science to 5th graders in Florida at a Title 1 school. Studied abroad in a little town in Italy called Pisciotta summer 2012. Best time of my life. Studied in Urbino, the town where Rafaello was born, for the the fall semester of 2012. Stayed with my husband and his family in Istanbul, Turkey for the rest of the summer of 2012 and returned 2013 after graduating. Learning Turkish in my spare time. Cat mom of two spazzy fluff balls. View all posts by Una Vagabonda