It has already been two weeks since I returned from Copenhagen, but I am so ready to go back. The blue sky, coupled with the ability to enjoy a few drinks outside in the nice weather, spending time in the company of my amazing friends and stuffing myself with incredible food are just some of the few bullet points on the long list of things that made my spring break so freaking great.
Having gone bar-hopping in Williamsburg on Saturday while it was snowing, the weather is definitely one of the things I struggle with adjusting to the most, seeing as the warmer temperatures in Denmark made it possible for me to go all out for the 9 days I spent at home. I made sure to visit every neighborhood, taking in the relaxing vibe of people enjoying the sun at the Queen’s Bridge, going full tourist by visiting the site of the Little Mermaid, and even spending a few hours at Christiania, enjoying the peaceful nature (and nothing else of course).
Unfortunately, as I left my heart behind in Denmark, I seem to have lost my brain function there too. I have not been on at my top level ever since I returned, and I don’t know if it is because I’m so close to being done with school or because this city is literally driving me insane. For now, I’m going to refer to it as graduation-brain (or lack of such), but hopefully my symptoms will have passed on by the time of my next blog, because let’s face it, at this point, I’m really just writing to keep the word count up.