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Posts Tagged ‘Thanksgiving’


Grateful for this City, Grateful for this School

Grateful for this City, Grateful for this School

November 29th, 2014

Thanksgiving is quite obviously a time to give thanks. I could go on and on about all the things I am grateful for, but I wanted to give a little extra thanks to the city and school I’ve come to know and love over the past year. CHICAGO, Thank you for: The skyline. It always […]


Thank You Loyola

Thank You Loyola

November 26th, 2014

Thank you Loyola for choosing me to be a part of your university. You not only brought me closer to my dreams and aspirations to become a doctor, but you have supported me through clubs and organizations and let me find friends who can be considered true, genuine, and life-long. I am still on my […]


Thankful Loyolans

Thankful Loyolans

November 25th, 2014

    In order to show their gratitude and thankfulness this year, Ramblers took hundreds of post-it notes to a chalkboard on-campus to share what they were thankful for:   Happy Thanksgiving from our Loyola family to yours!  


Thanksgiving Break

December 6th, 2012

Thanksgiving break was a much needed, relaxing time.  I booked it home on the MegaBus Tuesday, and arrived home Tuesday night to my family, dog and my favorite pasta! It was the perfect things to come home to. I went to both sets of my grandparents houses on Thanksgiving day.  I ate twice (it’s possible.. […]


Lucky Number Twenty!

Lucky Number Twenty!

November 30th, 2012

I have reached my twentieth blog (not counting my miniature Autobiography), hurray! In celebration, here’s a nice picture I took of the Chicago skyline: This skyline is as lovely as the real one. Now, my brief Thanksgiving Break breakdown: Wednesday: I went to King Spa with my mom, as I said I would. While there, […]


Thanksgiving with the Family

Thanksgiving with the Family

November 27th, 2012

Thanksgiving.  During the year, probably the holiday I look forward to most.  This year, it had special meaning for me.  Of course, I had a chance to go home, but it was the first time I was able to be home with my two younger sisters since we all left for college.  In fact, it […]


It’s (Almost) Thanksgiving Time

November 16th, 2012

I wrote about the Canadian Thanksgiving several weeks ago, but the American one is coming up fast now. Just yesterday, I was sitting and thinking about how Halloween was almost a month ago, Thanksgiving is in a week, and within weeks it’ll be Winter Break and the rest of the Holidays. We’ve even had our […]


Back To Classes

Back To Classes

October 10th, 2012

Fall break has come to an end, but the Halloween season is just beginning. On Monday, I carved my first pumpkin. He’s not the best, but he’s not the worst, but you guys can judge that: (We tried to make him look half happy and half evil. I don’t think it really worked.) Along with […]


My Packing Problem

My Packing Problem

November 30th, 2011

My Thanksgiving break was really great.  I slept in every day.  I ate amazing food.  I got to watch TV, ( I rarely have time for TV at school it seems).  But with every visit home, I run into the same problem and I never quite learn my lesson.  I simply over pack.  Every single time. […]


Thanksgiving Festivities

November 29th, 2011

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays.  Obviously, I love feasting on one of my all time favorite foods, mashed potatoes, but I also like being reminded of everything I am thankful for. This Thanksgiving was a little different for our family.  We usually go to both of my grandparents’ house, but this time, we […]