Syracuse University students are everywhere

Groggyeyed and kind of delirious after a very short night, I stumbled into the long line of similarly yawning people at the UK border. I got into line, and not more than 3 minutes after, I noticed three guys, one of which was wearing something very familiar.. a T-shirt with a block letters S on it. There was also a kind of pickled looking orange with eyes and a very cheesy grin on his face. Where have I seen that last? Oh yeah, that’s my school’s mascot and letters. In fact, I probably have about 15 shirts with the block letter S on it, and oh, the bag I was carrying also had that same block S printed on the side.

There seem to be a lot of interesting coincidences in these transitional hours.

September 6, 2010

Amikor ott hagytam a reptérnél a szüleimet a biztonsági kapuknál, olyan volt mint ha valaki letépte volna a nagykabátot. Nagyon jo puha réteg volt, de ahogy eltüntek a láthatárrol, a meleg védő réteg többé nem volt. Jobban tudtam mozogni, de azert tudtam, hogy sokkal közelebb vagyok ezentúl a veszélyhez. Csak probáltam nem arra gondolni, hogy nem tudom még mikor fogom látni őket, de tudtam hogy hosszú távon jót tesz mindenkinek a választott utam.

As soon as I sat into my seat in the airplane en route to London and turned on my ipod, the first song that started on my shuffle was “Fly Away” by Haddaway. What kind of an interesting coincidence…