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I now know that time for me in Germany will go by really fast and before I know it, I’ll be back at home in America. I want to make the most of my exchange year while I’m here!
I would like to thank my first host family, the Hennings. Unfortunately, November is my last month with them and I will miss living with them very much because they made me feel at home.
Overall Christmas markets are probably my favorite things during the holiday season in Germany!
Nataly Najera Murillo is looking forward to Christmas in Germany.

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"The only thing I couldn’t understand about the meal was that the German potato salad was sweet. I had never eaten it like this before."
I have made some amazing friends that have guided me through school and have been teaching me German.
"At school I have made friends relatively quickly, one of whom invited me to my first American wedding dance. This was another new experience for me as I didn’t know the traditional customs."
“The food here is really good, but it is really different. I miss my schnitzel.”
Nataly Murillo is representing Worthington in the one-year exchange program.
Committee member recounts sorting everything from dresses and suits to shoes.

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“Building international relations on a community-to-community basis … represents a new approach to democracy.”
The founder of this unique partnership visited Crailsheim in 1958, when she was decorated with the “Bundersverdienstkreuz Erster Klasse.”
Women were on a journey to visit sister cities of German towns in the territory of their reign.

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