This is where I am studying for now. It has a beautiful campus, so I thought I would share some pictures.
I am really behind on articles and excerpts I said I would publish because it’s hard to find the time right now and the motivation since my book is not selling and this blog still doesn’t get much traffic. The next article I will publish is on the violence in North Africa and the Middle East and how to bring peace to these regions because that is what I think is most pressing right now. I’ve also been working on it for months. But I thought a not-so-heavy post would be a nice change of pace.
I took this picture on the way to the school:
I think this was in Virginia where corn fields, passing trucks and secretive federal agencies are the most common attractions. I wouldn’t recommend vacationing there.
Reflection on the lake:
This is one of the many greenhouses here:
Another one: (I took this before I started working on it. The plants were dealing with some blight.)
After a few days of work:
This bug (bush cricket I think) decided to live in my room rent-free for a few days until his untimely death:
This is my awesome FYS group. (Hopefully, they won’t mind being published on my site.) This is us volunteering at a local elementary school’s garden:
This is awesome! I love the pictures. Looks so serene and beautiful there. Maybe a great place to find some writing inspiration, and also to meet great friends.
Thanks Kate. It’s a pretty cool place.
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