Last Saturday was one of those free-er Saturdays. Quite a rare occurrence since coming to the States, with all the activities here and the travelling and all. A few of us got together to do a short video for the Asian Culture Club after hanging out at Moe's Southwest grill at the town center, but most of the time we just had fun walking around FGCU.
Sometimes I take FGCU forgranted and I forget how lucky I am to be here. Then I see these photos and I am reminded to take time to breathe, to appreciate the amazing views I get to witness everyday and to be grateful for the wonderful friends that have come into my life ever since arriving in the US.
I learn something new here every day. Talking to people with such varied opinions really gives you a chance to ponder about a lot of things. You learn to see things in a different light AND you learn much more about yourself too.
There's so much more to America than I expected. I have just two more months left here before I finish my classes, so I'm going to make sure every day passes by meaningfully. Going to miss this place very much!
All photos were taken in FGCU. My temporary home.
By: Nasha Lee (UGRAD 2011-2012)