Moments in Firenze

Originally, I had a different post in mind. It was a day in my life while abroad. Since writing it (sorry it took so long) I have decided on a completely different, more pressing, topic. Time: it’s a very funny thing. You either have too much time, not enough time, people wasting your time, people begging for your time- the list goes on and on.

For me, I’ve always had this love/hate relationship with time. Most of my hate comes from my fear of it, more specifically how fast time seems to fly.

I am already in the last month of my study abroad experience in Italy. The time has flown by so quickly. There was so much I had planned for my time abroad, and there was so much I didn’t even know I wanted to do until I got here. I always say that you really can’t plan every day of life, and this place has truly taught me the reality of that.

Knowing I only have less than a month here is mind-boggling. I’m trying to use every second of my time here to do something I love or something new. Of course, I still have class and studying which takes up time, but all my free moments will be used wisely.

As for my weekends, I will spend them with the new people who have changed my life. The people who have been on this crazy experience with me. I will continue to find new places for me that are in fact not new at all. Exhibits, churches, memorials, statues- everything.

To think that a little over a year ago I started forming plans to come here. I don’t think I knew what was truly in store for me. I have fallen in love with people and places that I never even imagined possible for my life.

I’m going to leave this post with one of my favorite quotes:

Don’t count the days, make the days count,” -Muhammad Ali

So, here’s to making the rest of my seconds, minutes, days, and most importantly, moments count (more than usual)!

Ciao for now,

Krystal, With a “K”

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