I am very good at getting myself lost. I wander away from group tours in unfamiliar cities, fail to take note of street signs when I go walking in a new place, throw myself into situations I am in no way prepared for. Sometimes, I think maybe I should work on fixing this. More often, I relish all that I discover and learn, about my world and myself, by doing so. So I keep wandering, and getting lost.
When I learned that I had been accepted to be a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Indonesia, I knew I was about to embark on the greatest adventure I had every been on, and that I was going to be more lost than I ever had before. And thus, this blog began.
I’m a small town farm girl from Central New York, who was mad enough to study English Education as an undergraduate. I love students and cows and poetry equally, but I love wandering most of all.