We'll spend another year living in Budapest. My teaching contract is signed for the next school year, so that's for sure!
We hope to buy a car. The nice thing about living in a big European city is public transportation. It gets us everywhere. But getting off the beaten path and pulling out our tent along the way sounds really fun. So that's our next hope in the adventure. We'll see how it pans out.
I will be teaching Grade 1. Ahhh!!!! I've never taught children that young. Going from 8 year olds to 6 year olds may not sound like a big jump for many of you, but trust me, it is! I'm mostly excited, anticipating the new career adventure (my 15th year of teaching) and asking lots of questions from experts of 6 year olds. More on this topic and my attempts at survival will be posted here.
We will travel. Of course. Places are yet to be determined and will no doubt be based on hoped-for car and good deals on Wizz Air.
I will probably shop too much after watching way too many seasons of What Not To Wear over the holiday.
My husband will finish grad school. YES!!! This will change my life! Oh, and his too. Anyone who has had a partner going through school while you're together... you know what I mean. (Especially when you're the one who is the bookworm nerd and he is the opposite of you in most ways.) So cheers to
This is what I know about 2014. The best part, however, is all the stuff I don't know yet. So Happy New Year and may all the "unknown" things bring you adventure!