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... was pretty neat. The package from my mom finally came, and two letters along with it- from my aunt and uncle Dave and Shirley, and from my local Rotary club in Silverton- thank you all. My pug Mounster was put with a younger girl pug in the hopes there would be little pugs running around soon, but his new friend has to come back another day because they were in disagreement that day on if she was really ready for a family (if ya gettin' where I'm comin' from). I ...
... keep my thoughts in order at the airport. The last hug shared with some of the most precious people in my life for about 9 months. We ached for just a few more moments together. Just the memory saddens my heart.
On December 25th, my sister woke me up at around 7:30 to open presents from Santa Claus. We opened them without our parents in the time in between light and dark, just the two of us and the dog. We played for a while with her ...
I will most likely write a blogpost later on including everything we did, where we stayed, etc., but for now I'm just too tired. So for this post I mostly just want to talk about some of the things I've been thinking about.
Number 1: During our trip, two pretty big events happened in my life and on exchange. I turned 17 years old (how is that possible?), and I can proudly say I completed one whole month in Mexico on the 17th of December. ...
... muchacha" or maid), and head out the back door, through the gate (which is a wall with a door), and get in my Dad's jetta; he drives me to school.
Once I arrive at school, I walk to my class, and sit down. Normally I arrive early because my Dad hates traffic and likes to get a move on. So I sit there for a while until someone comes in and we chat a little bit. When the bell rings at 7:00am there are normally half the students in the classroom and ...
... sure if we will update our blog for the rest of the project, so be aware we may not get a chance to update our blog until after our hike in Sierra Norte. Remember mum (Donna): no news is good news! We will leave you with a few things each of us have learnt since we have been here.
- doesn't need as much sleep as she thought
- a natural with kids
- obsession ...