"I Lost My House"

Day 2 Greetings from the frat house :)

So, today was a day for exploration.  Being the farm girl that I am, I have little understanding for cities in general, so I decided early this morning to spend a portion of my day exploring the city that I now call home.

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You wouldn't think that it would really be that hard to find your house...especially when using google maps for route assistance, but let me assure you that it is.

As a disclaimer though, before I fully begin the story of this newest endeavor, let it be known that I am somewhat directionally challenged.  Add to that a seemingly infinite number of one way streets, and navigation becomes a nightmare.

Anyway...Today's exploration's focused on being able to make it to and from campus without incident.  Surprisingly, I did locate both the optometry buildings and student union with relative ease.  Returning home, however, turned out to be a much different experience.

As before, I typed in the address and followed the siri-like voice to my destination, but rather than ending in front of my house, I found myself on the street where I live with no house in sight.

I literally lost my house.

Unfortunately, I was unaware of this fact until I had already parallel parked in the street and began walking.

Walking and walking and walking, I searched for my house while trying to look as confident and self-assured as possible, but it was to no avail.  Though I walked down the street three separate times, I simply could not find the house.

After the third try, I decided to widen my search.  Twenty minutes later, I found the house.

A block behind where I was looking.

It turns out that I had memorized the wrong address, and so naturally entered the incorrect address into my google map app.

#oops.  Humbling moment of the day I guess.

After my exploration, the other four first years and I went to happy hour at a nearby bar, and though happy hour really turned out to be happy hours (three in fact), it made for an excellent ending to an eventful day in the city.

I really am blessed.

Good night all!

-KD

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