{Happy Friday + Meet Emily!}

Happiest of Fridays everyone!!! We’ve been out of town the last two weekends, so I am feeling super thankful for a weekend in Amsterdam. I am taking a French macaron baking class with some girls on Saturday and other than that will be packing and preparing for our big trip to South Africa (we leave in 8 days!!). Even though we booked this vacation three months ago I feel like it totally snuck up on us and I have a million and one things to do before we leave!!
Today I also have another lovely sponsor for you to meet! Emily, the author behind Hopeful Wandering, is an adorable girl who is living out a bit of a fairytale romance. She’s an American and she is dating a cutie British fellow! And get this, they met through being pen pals!! How awesome is that? She writes a lot about their relationship (including hilarious conversations in which you realize that American English and UK English are very different) and about her time studying abroad in Paris last Spring. Head on over and check her out!!
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Hey y’all!! My name is Emily and Hopeful Wandering is my blog. I’m 22, finishing up my Business Degree in College, and trying to figure out a way to get back to Europe. So far so good though as I currently have an opportunity to be a grad assistant next spring in Paris, and i happen to be in a little LDR with a guy named Tom, he’s from England. My blog discusses everything from the silly Skype conversations i have with Tom to all of the shenanigans i got into while studying abroad over in Paris last spring. There’s just a lot going on which has been fabulous and crazy all at the same time!! So I hope you’ll head over to myblog, check it out…stay a while…you know the drill 😉 


5 thoughts on “{Happy Friday + Meet Emily!}

  1. I've just started following your blog and I hope we get to see pictures from the macaroon class! I took a croissant baking class in Paris and it is one of my fondest memories!

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  3. So excited for you guys – you're going to love SA!

    xxx
    Jenna
    ps I sent you an email with some recommendations on restaurants and wineries in SA from my other email address. Did you receive it? 🙂

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