Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta by Marriott Executive Park/Emory
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So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... to be at the places. They definitely were, but it's like a switch these days with smart phones. Unless something is entertaining them in their faces or they are forced to interact, they whip out their phones. They are super nimble and fast with the apps too. My students were excited to show me how to use Snapchat and even made a Snapchat story about my class. They are so silly and funny! If I feel like this, being 10 years older than them, how the heck ...
THE STUDENTS ARE HERE!
Wow. SO MUCH ENERGY. Even though it's such a small camp. I've been working since breakfast, and I'm tired!! Thankfully, it's RA's activity time, so I'm taking a break. Whew. The students are from everywhere and most are mingling well! Can't wait for class tomorrow.
I've already made about a $300 dent in my total budget and I haven't even left the United States yet. Someone explain to me why I need €155 just to enter Italy and why that has to equate to over $200 in American dollars? I have been trying to prepare myself to go broke for nearly a month now, so hey, it looks like I'll be doing a great job at that!
Traveling is the one occasion where I can really be totally calm. I always feel like with traveling, ...
... hit the ball a rather long way and as Matt said, ‘flush it’.
Today was super warm and humid so we bought lunch and sat on the grass on the par 3 6th, to watch the players tee off. The added advantage was they walked immediately in front of us on the way to and from the tee so the girls got a much better idea of who the players were. None of the Aussies noticed our Australian hat but that’s ok, ...