I’d like to take a moment to come full circle. When you first met us, we were three clueless camp friends on a mission–trying to conquer the world. But lets take it back to six years ago, when we had last lived together. We were a group of 35 girls (plus 8 counselors)
who all lived together under one roof.
We were called “ROMREC”, the highest division that a camper could be, a status only attained by paying camp tuition for an average of 6 to 9 consecutive years. We were the leaders of the entire camp…meaning we had to cheer the loudest,
laugh the hardest
And at the end of that summer we parted ways, leaving the rest of our adventure unknown…until of course the three of us chose Rome.
Boarded a plane to Rome, Italy.
We had no idea what to expect on the other side. But needless to say, we were not disappointed when we arrived to our home for the next few months, Vicolo del Cinque.
We saw over 10 countries, like
(Prague) Czech Republic
and all around Italy, including sights in
The Amalfi Coast
and finally, our favorite…ROME.
We came across people from our past, like
when we celebrated her 21st birthday in Florence
When Chelsea crashed with us in Rome
and Becca saw Taub in Barcelona (and Georgeana too!)
and don’t worry Ben Greene and Jon Gottlieb, we didn’t forget about you either.
Because Becca saw you guys in Barcelona too. After all, the girl lives for the scene.
They help me to stay connected with my friends from high school, because they are a part of this story too
…Alongside my friends from college
It was quite the adventure, and we met some crazy people along the way
So thank you mom and dad (and Jason too) for making it all possible. Because without your guidance (and financial support)
I wouldn’t have been able to see the world from the inside
And although the rest of this story remains unwritten, I look forward to the summer where I will be working and living in New York City with this girl
and picking up where we left off almost six years ago
with our crazy ways
except this time, we are all just a little bit older.