It's not that I'm unhappy to be moving back to Mexico City, because believe me, I'm ecstatic about that; it's that I hate being in this inevitable spot where I have to abandon one of the greatest cities in the world. Boston has been my home for almost four and a half years, but it feels like I've lived here for a lifetime.
When I first arrived in the Bean, I was a timid high-school grad looking for a place where I could find the extrovert in me (which is still quite muddled by my true introvert) while fulfilling my dream of attending college in the United States. I was searching a new group of friends, an additional layer of independence in my life and above all, the opportunity to grow as much I could. Now, looking back at my time at Boston University and the following months as a young professional in Boston--and yes, I did go through my albums in Facebook to reminisce about all the stupid/dorky/amusing, albeit fun times I had--I realize that in a sense, I'm a new person.
And I must say, I owe this all to Boston. To this great city and the even greater people that inhabit it.
Here's to Boston, and to the friendships I developed in my years as a Terrier.
And now onto the food portion of this post... here's a recap of the dishes I served at my party last weekend. It was an early birthday and farewell birthday party and I decided to go all out since the people attending were those who made the above paragraphs possible.
**I will provide the recipes for these in following posts.
- Peppermint Meringues
- Dark Chocolate Mocha Mini Cupcakes
- Pepperoni Pizza Bites
- Bacon Wrapped Brussels Sprouts
- Mini Caprese Sticks
- Funfetti Cake Balls
- Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
- Corn Guacamole
... And then there were the drinks...
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