Fresher’s Week – Part 2

  • 14 September 2016, 03:07
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Hey there! 14339372_1073035469479949_381535115_o

Can you believe Fresher’s week is over?

My crazy week consisted of –

  1. Partying (of course)
  2. Attending introduction lectures and classes
  3. Family visits
  4. Hosting a dinner party
  5. Netflix

I have really enjoyed the start to my University career as I have met lots of fabulous people.

A greatly anticipated part of Freshers/introduction week was learning more about my course and what I will be learning over the next year. To say I am excited is an understatement. Though I have a lot to do during semester 1, I am already thinking about placement in semester 2; where will I be, who will I work with and what will it be like? Although, I have A LOT to do before then. 14365423_1122933407800677_1214254136_n

Although the academic side to University is incredibly important, I have also had a really great time socialising. One of my favourite events of the week was hosting a ‘Dinner Party’. This consisted of 8 teachers in training eating spaghetti and meatballs, drinking wine and playing ‘Never Have I Ever’. Though the food was not Gordon Ramsay standard; the company was definitely first class.

One of the ‘big’ decisions I had to make this week was choosing what church I wanted to go to. After speaking to many representatives from different church’s I decided to go to St Peter’s Free Church (which is conveniently close to my flat). I thoroughly enjoyed the service and was welcomed to a lunch afterwards where I learnt all about the different groups and projects that the church runs. It was also great to have a sense of normality in such a strange transition in life.

Overall I feel that I have had a really special week that has given me great memories and I am excited to see what the future brings.

Signing off,

Natasha.14316036_299093163787420_1674217875_o

14/9/16

 

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Hey there!

My name is Natasha and I am 20.

I live in Dundee and I am attending the University of Dundee, training to be a primary teacher.

I love candles and Japanese movies.

Live simple, dream big, love lots, be fabulous.

Much Love x

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