Well I had to drop Danish class today. It was just the most defeating class ever. Since I have only had two very casual years of learning Danish, I was just not up to par with my peers. In Iceland, students are required to take at least four years of Danish so by the time they get to university, they are going into their fifth year. (Yeah, that is how math works…) Anyways, I thought I could keep up with the big boys but it turns out I just can’t. AND THAT’S OKAY! **mutters encouraging words to myself while rocking back and forth** But really, it is ooookkkkaayyy. I will just have to try to continue with Danish on my own, at my own pace. I have some great resources from the few weeks I was in this class so I am sure I will still be learning even without the grade. On a more positive note… I am the new Vice President of Outgoing Exchange and International Relations with AIESEC Iceland (pronunounced: eye-sek). Here is a little video about AIESEC and I will be able to fill you in on more after I have my orientation all weekend.