It's a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The sun is shining. The wind is minimal. The Lithuanians are happy. I am currently licking every last piece of peanut butter off of the spoon in my hand (I couldn't help it any longer, I gave in and bought peanut butter despite the high price and super salty flavor). My weekend consisted of relaxation and reflection (with a bit of adventure thrown into the mix). Friday night promised laziness and the best cake that we have made since coming to Lithuania (and we've made a lot of cakes). We (Tyler and I) made a banana chocolate chunk cake. Perfection. There is no other way to describe this cake.
Sunday has been full of entertaining Vaida (my friend Rachel's roommate). I think that she is missing Rachel a bunch since she went to Stockholm this weekend. I have enjoyed the time I get to spend with her. She made me breakfast, we had a dance party in the street, and ate cookies with peanut butter while drinking tea (of course). It has been a good day.
Being in Lithuania, at LCC, with Eastern Europeans, continues to help me grow, experience, and learn. There is always something new to be a part of, always something to learn. I love it. I love it. I love it.