It means "keep dreaming big", and this was kind of the theme of our whole study abroad trip, created by the one and only Brother Minert.
I wasn't excited to leave...
BUT am excited to be home. :)
Oma and Opa at the Thanksgiving Dinner
He kills me.
Brother and Sister Minert are so funny. We were interviewing them about when they dated. Best ever!
Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" is in Vienna and this piece is printed on everything!
At one of the many Christmas markets!
Sebastian Beer, our German teacher!
On Sunday night we had a last meeting where we were all able to say what we learned on the trip, what dreams of ours came true, and whatever else we wanted. It was an emotional night alright! We have all become so close and there is not one person I don't want to hang out with at BYU! Brother Minert's remarks were really touching. He referred to the movie Casablanca and the line "We will always have Paris". Except he changed it up and explained that although we will all be going our separate ways and going down different paths in life, we can stay close because we will always have Vienna.
We will always have Vienna...