4th of July is one of the most important days – or even the most important in the history of United States of America. Nowadays it’s day of fireworks, barbecue parties, concerts, picnics and just having fun. It was the busiest day of Noah’s were I worked last summer.
Above: Everyday life as an exchange student. Hanging out, enjoying life and taking a lot of pictures. 🙂
To be honest I miss States in about everyday. I miss the language, I miss small talk – even about silly topics like everyday questions about weather, I miss my favorite groceries – and all weird American foods that made me smile in university’s cafeteria, I miss the culture that takes everyone in very easily, I miss all the great places and people. I’m grateful of every minute I got in States. I don’t yet know when I’ll be back but I’m sure I will be back as soon as I can! <3
Above:When I first time went to States I promised myself I’ll never buy any stupid tourist shirts or stars & stripes things. Well, I think I changed my mind. I’ve been happy owner of even real American flag since last march. 😀 All the American items I have symbolize happiness, freedom and opportunities for me. They also remind me of all the experiences I have got and all the things I’ve learned in States. Nowadays I proudly use stars & stripes.
Today I will eat only American food, memorize all the great moments I’ve had in States, maybe listen some country and party. Will see. I’ll soon let you know how was my independence day.
The picture above is taken 4th of July 2014 in Wisconsin Dells with one of my roommates. 4th of July party with stars & stripes, all the friends and too strong jell-o shots. That was one of super fun night in States.
I apolozige if you hate Miley but hey, it’s a day for party in the USA. 🙂
HAPPY BIRTHDAY USA <3