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... getting into the Model UN lingo, but after we had the verbals down it got really interesting!
However, by the second day we would have impressed everyone back home! After speeches, resolutions, and extremem notepassing (yes... note passing) we were getting things done!
Constantly hearing "I YIELD MY TIME TO THE ...
Today I arrived at Palmyra, Wisconsin. We were in the woods, but then a gray wolf spotted us. OH KNOW! So my brother said, "Let's get out of here!" But the gray wolf did not have a sweet tooth so we just started to hide so the gray wolf went away and we ran off.
Well, we've been home for almost two weeks and thankfully the jet lag and colds are passing, but the memories of an incredible trip remain fresh. I've culled through hundreds, really thousands, of pictures and deleted many, but kept so many that bring back the vivid sights and sounds of India. It seems I never tired of oxcarts, cows meandering wherever they pleased, markets, and people ...
... the building just for it's history. The church does provide a good resource to the members of the community that are Catholic as well. They offer mass in both English and Spanish during the weekend and daily mass twice a week during the evening in Spanish as well.
We also learned that the church also had a parish school for members of ...
... absolutely not busy and I was totally unproductive. Those of you who know me well recognize that I was my best opposite, in a word: relaxed.
Now that I have embarked on the next chapter of my great adventure, I have a few goals I aim to achieve by the end of this Costa Rican año:
1. Get rid of the anxiety
2. Be kind (especially to family member who receive the brunt of my shortness)
3. Absorb as much as I can from ...