Hotel Mision Orizaba
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... I will come down to visit when babies are born, and my loved ones in Mexico will be there in the big moments in my life. How great it is to have this opportunity; to learn a new language and about a new culture, and to have two families who both love you and accept you for who you are. When church ended a few weeks ago, I remember my mom said to me, "Erica, realmente gracias a Dios que él te puso aquí con nosotros." That ...
... one that has become dusty in this time here. It's just strange to think about, that I'm used to this now.
I'm used to coming home after school and saying 'hola, Leyla,' to the (since yesterday) freshly shaved dog. I am used to waking up at the horrifying hour that I do to go to school one horrifying hour later. I'm used to looking up at the calendar my aunt Bethany made me and seeing the faces of the people I love every morning before school. ...
... I've been learning new strategies for braiding hair (which my brazilian friend Rafaela loves because, like me, people playing with her hair relaxes her), and I did a henna tattoo that took quite some time in the middle of the month or so.
I have grown a bit tired of 11 year old things: screaming for no reason, waking me up on a weekend when I really need sleep, playing the same songs and watching the same movies over and over again for the 45th ...
... really warming up to me at first, the other day I announced to a room filled with my relatives that we had arrived as I was the first in the door, and he said "Hola hija!" which here is like a term of endearment that literally means daughter. That is one of the very happy, yet small, tiles on this board game called Exchange.
I often spend the time when I'm alone sitting and just think. I think about my mom, what she's doing and whether ...
... what was going on, I'd be asking people why they keep giving me dollars." That is probably the most accurate thing I've hear about an exchange year, just to give you an idea of what it's like.
My next blog post will hopefully include the details of Ruta Maya, but for now I'm going to rest up so hopefully I can be all better by Christmas (whatever day that will be). Hope you enjoyed this post.
Much love from Mexico. Until next time.