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... senses, thank you for helping me make connections.
The last and probably most important part, if not obvious yet cliche, of the body that gets credit for making connections in my life is my heart. To the Oregonians that I love: thank you for supporting me and loving me even though I've been gone for so long. You are the people that have made me who I am and of course you will always be in my heart because you've never been anywhere else. ...
... how hard I try. I guess the lesson here is enjoy everyday, because the end is coming fast.
For the last month, I've been thinking, drawing, eating, going out, attending school, buying necessities (such as a bra that I bought for the equivalent of $4 USD - WHAT?!), going to the gym, singing, and living this new (but slowly becoming not-so-new) life that I'm completely loving.
With all that being said, I can say once again, that January, was a ...
Today I'd like to talk to you about my daily routine as an exchange student. I want to give you a little taste of what I go through mentally, physically, and emotionally everyday more or less. I can now connect to what all of my rebound (or people who have gone on exchange before) friends are talking about.
School days, I wake up at 5:45 am, shower, brush my teeth and hair, put on my uniform, eat something, grab my lunch from ...
... br> - can attach a door & hinge
- has a drinking problem (misses his mouth every time he goes to drink water)
- can twist a bent beam using a piece of wood, a pick & chicken wire
- didn't let the nails get the better of her
- learnt something different about everyone
- does not move in her sleep
- oil ...
... I am actually proud of myself that I have come to a place where I can eat a whole sandwich made this way and then ask for another. It was good. I had Coca Cola too, which is another new thing for me. Because we couldn't access the waterfall the youth decided they would rather leave the river and go up to a nearby village to buy peaches. So, we headed up. We learned after our half hour drive that there were no peaches. So, we headed back down again (which really means we ...