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... appeal (which is like at least my 4th this summer, maybe even more) concerning me combining the graduate programs 'Forensic Orthopedagogy' and 'Clinical Psychology'. Wish me luck on that one! I hope everything will be settled well, and secretly, I wouldn't mind to do 2 internships instead of a combined one. It's good for the experience, but hey, the exam board of the UvA will let me know asap. I am also still waiting for an answer about adding my Harvard credits to my ...
... from the NY slave period. After protests they built a monument to the burial ground. That was nice to see and read about.
Then we headed up a bit to search for an art installation called the Earth Room. A 1977 art exhibition filled with 250,000 pound of dirt combined with with the framework of an office.
Though after the walk it turns out its only open in the winter. So fail on that freebie.
Hungry now Mim was all over the Harry met Sally ...
... to us something on the lines of "i don't care man, i've already spent 5 years in jail" welcome to america!
we didn't do a lot in the hotel, just chatted and chilled, got to know everyone. and somebody ordered a pizza thinking it was just a regular 12", but it turned out it was a massive 20" pizza, so we all ate a bit of it, one and a half slices and your full!
the following day we got on another coach, which was already full of americans, to get to camp and we had ...
... picnics, turtles in the lakes, Chipmunks running through the grass, stalls selling sweet treats, people out on their bikes or doing yoga and horse drawn carriages casually taking tourists on tours through the park. We sat and had sushi while people watching, it can be very entertaining.
What better way to start the afternoon than with a stroll down Maddison Avenue. Window shopping all the high end and designer stores while admiring all the fabulous fashioneasters ...
... my great grandparents. Most of the grave stones were above ground and the names easy to spot. So, when we walked up to the graves that were around the area of my great grandparents, we still could not spot them! The worker who is used to these cemetery grounds spotted the edge of a flat grave stone where the rest of it was covered with grass and dirt. He wiped away the dirt, and their names appeared! I started crying ...