Monday, January 5, 2009

It's official

Okay, this really isn't knitting related (well... maybe a little), but definitely exciting enough for me to share! Today I stopped by the Office of International Education to get the application needed to study abroad this summer...


...in Scotland.


(that's one VERY happy college knitter.)

17 comments:

Mackenzie said...

Oooh exciting! I love Scotland during the few days I spent there. Although I wasn't a huge fan of Glasgow. Ahh I miss Great Britain so much.

Yarndude said...

Sweet!

blueyed wench said...

That would be awesome!

The A.D.D. Knitter said...

As a prof and study abroad advisor, I am really happy for you, it's going to be amazing!

Gail B. said...

OHHHHHH!! I am SOOO jealous!!! I can just imagine the yarn you will get!!! I am sad you won't be in OshVegas this summer! Though I do understand your choice! Maybe you find a young Sean Connery and have a torrid love affair!! :)

amanda said...

Yay!!! Whereabouts in Scotland will you be?

Kelly said...

woot woot! How fun!

Aunt Kathy said...

Ooh that's so wonderful. I have always wanted to go to Scotland.

sweetp said...

how.exciting!!

sheepish one said...

yay!! happy travels!

Kara said...

Ya Ya! I think that every student should do a study abroad. I did mine in London and LOVED it (obviously). And Scotland is a perfect choice.

Ms. Kimba said...

Great Britain was amazing the few times I was there

Lolly said...

Totally awesome! that is really really great! :)

Lynlee said...

That is so exciting! I just finished my degree and was a little sad that I never took the opportunity to go abroad (but with a kid in tow, it was a little too difficult to manage).

Best of luck to you!

Suzanne said...

I actually got married in Scotland. You will love it. Watch a few Billy Connolly videos before you go, believe you me, if you can understand Billy Connolly, you will have no problem understanding anyone.

Teresa said...

How exciting. I can't wait to follow your adventures through your blog. What a great experience.

Twin XL said...

That would be such a great experience! :)