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Tiny Story: Lydia DeBord

Daniel Ging

I didn’t speak Italian. Somehow, this important observation hadn’t crossed my mind until I stepped off the plane. 

So much had gone wrong that day; my luggage was lost, the flight hadn’t gotten my dinner and for some reason I was annoyed at my mom. But the second I stepped off of the plane and into the Venice Airport, my hunger and annoyance disintegrated. 

My anxiety was quickly replaced with curiosity: all that was on my mind was the unknown; the taste of coffee, the climbs on mountains and the new language. All ponders that would be answered with time. 

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Lydia DeBord
Lydia DeBord, A&E Editor
Lydia DeBord is a firm believer that Pluto is a planet. Most of her personality is stolen from Lorelai Gilmore or Taylor Swift. Outside of Room 300, Lydia can usually be found ingesting insane amounts of caffeine, reading mystery novels, or binging Grey’s Anatomy. She is ecstatic to broaden both A&E and The Communicator as a whole!

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