That’s so sad that you can’t express your religious faith outwardly where you live. That’s wrong and a shame on America. She was one of the first Muslims I met and her kindness really made a mark on me. I too used to live in the south(west) in Oklahoma. So I understand your fear. In these places in America there’s not a lot of religious toleration. By my parents I was always taught that if you disagree with someone’s beliefs, you still respect them.
I do reblogs and talk about other topics there, this is strictly my travel blog :)
Something great happened today! Someone who read my blog, when I first was applying to be an au pair and asked me about my agency, signed her contract todaayyyyy! Wooooohoooo!! I am so happy for her and I hope her time in Germany will be so amazing! It’s crazy to think that my blog actually helped someone achieve their dream. I am so humbled by this thought.
If you, yes I’m breaking the fourth wall, have any questions about becoming an au pair (yes boys can be au pairs too!) or traveling abroad DO NOT HESITATE TO ASK! I will always do my best to answer and if I don’t know the answer I will refer you to someone who does. Remember dreams will stay dreams until YOU make them happen.
Hey guys my high school graduation picture. Don’t I look young and cute? Look at that hair! So long and sassy. Basically I’m adorable. :D
I think this is haltern am see. But I’m not sure. There are so many old, darling villages outside of Essen. I can’t keep track!
Amsterdam scenery. All the buildings were crooked. I loved it. Of all the things Amsterdam is known for, no one speaks of it’s crooked buildings. It’s kind of inspirational. I think of it like me. I might be crooked or misshapen or have problems but that doesn’t mean I can’t be loved or valuable. :)