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It is spring!
When I first walked outside, I was burning up with my sweatpants on. As I was about to enter the small cafeteria by my dorm, somebody yelled, "Benny."
I turned my head and it was Omar!
I ran up to him, "Omar! I missed you!"
"I missed you too," Omar smiled. He revealed that he left TBC to live with his roommates for his last semester of college. Omar ran off to ...
... chose to be me at the moment by picking fun over work. It shocked me to hear that my personality was rubbing off of him.
I drank some green tea Jacky gave me yesterday. Also, I tried out some Japanese treats Olivia gave me. One was a green jelly and it was so sweet. So happy to have some sweets in my life.
Then I walked into the lounge on my floor because I was bored. Jules and Nick were there. Jules said a couple statement that I usually say. ...
... a fair way carting our luggage, it's a little cooler here but it's very pleasant. We made our way to this restaurant where we had a traditional peaking duck, the traditional way of rolling it up in a wonton wrapper, along with a few other dishes. It was ok. Nothing I would rave home about. We made our way to our hotel, we are staying in this flash looking place from the outside called the Schonbrunn ...
... me get onto the internet. Why had no one told me about the code and password???? I sent an email to my husband through my school account and also tried to log on again to my gmail. Still can't log on because it says someone is trying to log on at a remote site. I always liked gmail. Now I think they're idiots.
We had dinner then a bunch of us (Me, Lucy from Vietnam, Sarah from Korea, Scott from US,
George from Hungary, Chitz from India) went ...
... my eyes - thankfully there was not! We really enjoyed this show, despite the Chinese tour group which came in late talking at the top of their voices, trying to sit in reserved seats the ushers were madly directing them away from and walking in front of guests already trying to watch the show. They also stood up and left before the acrobats took their bow, making an equally noisy departure. We then packed up bags and went to bed early morning for train ride to ...