Pine Castle Hotel
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... we have had the past few days and I am just waiting for the rain to come. Overall, the walk around to, from, and around the meadow was about a 11 mile trip filled with puddle hopping, mud squishing, and pony petting. We explored an old cemetery which was eerily beautiful and mystical with the sun streaming through the mossy trees. Unfortunately, I was a bit unprepared for the sludgy, watery river that we ...
... the end of the path and magnificent, old oaks and horse chestnuts all around the fields. A beautiful environment for learning! We then left and walked around the corner and stopped off for a cup of hot chocolate and piece of cake for the boys. While relaxing there it became obvious that both the boys were not very well, so we upped and went back to our room. I made sure the boys were tucked up warmly and went out in search of some food, as well as to look for some replacement shoes ...
... gum out of the carpet and trying not to think about how it had just been in someone's mouth. It also made me think that I should really find time to get to church while I'm here, though I don't know how since I always end up on Sunday shift. Once everything was cleaned up we decided to take the ADs out for drinks because they've been so stressed this week with all of their activities and because the bop went so well. So a group of us - me, Natalie, Kate, ...
"Twinkies are the cockroaches of pastries." - Natalie
"Pembroke is a place of tears." - Larry
Today was my first day off... sort of.
I was awoken at 6:30AM for our first fire drill, and even though I had told my girls it was coming one of them still managed to lock herself out of her room. Grrrrr. So I had to climb the entire staircase to let her back in before I could crawl back to my bed. Then my scout came ...
... good. One of the new Business teachers did this great exercise where he had all the kids raise their fists in the air then open their fists to symbolize opening their minds. It was really funny. After all the introductions things were a bit hectic because we had to sort the students and release them by their major classes. Of course we had a few stragglers who lost their classes, but not as many as last year, and we were able to get them to class fairly ...
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