So, as I've mentioned before, in two months, I will be studying in Copenhagen. What I have neglected to mention is that, from research that I've done and people I've talked to, I've come to the conclusion that Copenhagen is some perpetually-dark-and-overcast place where everybody is absurdly quiet and people leave their babies on sidewalks (no kidding, like, people have made a point to tell me this).
Also, that it's cold. Have I neglected to mention that I'm not a big fan of the cold? I really like sundresses and shorts and sunglasses...cold weather isn't really conducive to that kind of lifestyle. Instead, I've been freaking out about needing boots and a winter coat and about 34809384083 more sweaters than I currently own. Even though I'm pretty sure I can bring exactly 3 articles of clothing with me on the plane to Denmark. (Whaaaat? I don't exaggerate ever, where would you get that idea from?)
In all seriousness, though, we're getting down-to-the-wire when it comes to preparing for Denmark. I even got my housing invoice email the other day (talk about things getting real). I'm excited, and nervous (see: dark, overcast, quiet, cold city), about the whole thing and it's kind of weird that it's actually becoming a reality.
Kobnhavn, here I come,