Nöbetçi: A Day in the Life

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Only two weeks into the school year and it was time for my first 24 hour weekend duty of the year…yay!  Honestly, it’s not so bad – especially in this nice weather – but it can get a bit dull wandering around an empty campus all day.  I decided to spice my long day up a little by documenting it in photos.

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Rise and shine!

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Breakfast time! (I love my simit with a little butter and honey)

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Coffee to the rescue, courtesy of my husband!

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I love being surrounded by art!

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Admiring local wildlife

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I could hear my husband’s music blaring from across the parking lot!

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A visitor

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Lunch, with lots of red pepper

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A tunnel of pine

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No kids?  On a day like this?

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From the top of the hill

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It just wasn’t a blackberry summer this year 😦

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My favorite word in Turkish…look it up…you’ll see why

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Doodling my way through study hall…

What a looooooong day it was.  I couldn’t wait to come home at 10, kick my shoes off, and sprawl out on the floor.  At least it’s one duty down now.

5 thoughts on “Nöbetçi: A Day in the Life

    • Ha! We have several campus cats…and they all know when all the meals are because they lurk outside of the cafeteria waiting to be thrown the scraps! Yeah, the duties are VERY boring. I don’t love it, but I do think it’s good for the students to be forced to speak English (or French or German) outside of class 😉

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