Back From Bread Loaf

I'm having a hard time processing it all at this point, but I think I can safely say that the past twelve days was one of the best stretches of time I've ever experienced.

I met such cool people, had such an amazing time.

I started getting almost teary on the plane ride home yesterday, but I couldn't really tell if it was from sadness or exhaustion.

I'll write a little more about my time on the mountain some time soon.

Until then...for a good laugh, go and check out this.


Anonymous said...

I'm glad it was good.

Christina said...

...as a high school teacher, I don't know whether to laugh or cry...

Meakin Armstrong said...

Missing it, too! Too vast an experience to put in a little blog box, no?

Julia said...

Hey, I didn't know you were in Avery! My friend Andrew started that with some friends. I've got a copy now, I'll read your stuff :)

My blog is www.makesnothinghappen.blogspot.com

I wrote about my insane trip home, and some while we were at Breadloaf