With 75 days to go, it would be a lie to say I’m not experiencing some very mixed emotions about heading back to Scotland. The unfamiliarity that was Boston is now becoming my home with memories that will no doubt last me a lifetime. Friendships that have been cultivated leaving me with endless laughs and […]Read More SAY YES
If anyone had told me when I landed at Humid TF Green Airport back in June, that I would experience six months of winter I would have laughed in their face. Like any good millennial, I had been forewarned about these freezing conditions and of course chose to ignore them. Don’t get me wrong, I […]Read More Boston: Winter edition.
It is crazy for me to think, about a year ago this time, I was getting ready to apply for the job out in Boston. Along with my application for Northeastern, I had also applied to HPE and Audi. I had an interview for HPE and to my distress Audi hadn’t even replied. It turned […]Read More “Yeah like I really found myself back in nam, I threw away my phone and gave South East Asia my soul”.
Moving to the states has really hit home how much I miss everything Celtic. I know I can watch the games on Celtic TV and in bars, but it’s so much more than just the games. Before I moved to Boston I was working in an Irish Bar. Luckily for me it […]Read More “Be bold, be courageous and tell a complete stranger you also love the tic”
Once again, the two under agers faced the weekend and the prospect of staying in. A prospect that just wasn’t going to happen. Our friend Jeff suggested we headed to a 20th anniversary of a British music themed night. Here he had met all his closest friends in Boston and really sold it to us […]Read More “Lick and stick, an absolute classic”.
It was only around four weeks in which I knew that I had secured my place in Boston that Mr Donald Trump and wife entered the white house for his four year term as president of the united states. I couldn’t help but wonder if the people I was going to be working with, would […]Read More No bread? “let them have cake”.
You know how they say you miss one bus and two come along? After three months party free in the states, I actually had two parties in one weekend. I must admit, it was quite nice to not have the building anxiety that ultimately I would be turned away at the door of the bar. […]Read More “Chug Chug Chug”