The journey of a million miles: 10 things Poland taught me

By Molly Seaman
September 9, 2016


Molly Seaman

Managing Editor of the Loquitur at Cabrini University. Colorado Born and Raised. 21 years old with a deep love for people, travel and education.

4 thoughts on “The journey of a million miles: 10 things Poland taught me”

  1. Hello, Molly,
    It’s M.L. from Denver and one of the volunteers at Cabrini, among other things. I just enjoyed a wonderful lunch with your mother yesterday during which I asked about you and Hannah (sp?) and your mother shared some updates about you both with me. I always enjoy hearing about you and your sister – after your mother and I discuss Cabrini issues, etc. I asked your mother to send the link to your article regarding your trip to World Youth Day in Poland, which I just read. I feel like I was right there with you, as I read your article, enjoying and taking in all that Poland has to offer. You are a great writer with so much potential. I can hardly wait to see what you do with your many talents as you move forward in life. Keep up the good work. Study hard. This is a very important part of your life and the foundation for your future. It will go by in the blink of an eye so take it all in as this will help to make you who you will become in the future. You are off to a fabulous start and I am so proud to know you. God Bless you! I look forward to an opportunity to say hello to you in person when I see you next at Mother Cabrini Shrine! Hugs to you! M.L.

  2. Molly, it has been great to watch how your writing has developed and evolved throughout your years writing for the loquitur. I myself would love to one day attend world youth day but i am afraid an old chap like me does not fit the definition of youth anymore!! Ha Ha. Keep up the good work, youngster!

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