100 Happy Days: Day 31
Today was the start of more standardized testing. What does that mean for Pre-K, you ask? A trip to the zoo, of course! This was my first time to this zoo, so it was especially exciting.
100 Happy Days: Day 30
Guys! It’s happening! Aaah this is some of the most exciting mail ever!
I’m going to be a campus missionary associate next year! It just seems so much more real now. This is actually happening!
Italian Toast at Empire Café.
I couldn’t decide what to get when I got breakfast here with my dad, so I ended up getting the same thing as him when I did the “left or right” decision-making strategy.
[I am one of the many indecisive people in the world.]
100 Happy Days: Day 29
I finally got to catch up writing in my planner! Since I don’t keep a regular journal, I make mini journal entries to jog my memory when I look back at it.
100 Happy Days: Day 28
A visit to Cà Phê Phin with Olivia? Oh yes, definitely a great and much needed time.
Not to mention we finally got to try affogato.
100 Happy Days: Day 27
Today Pre-K had their Easter Egg Hunt! It was so much fun. One student, who is just so cute and funny, replied to my question of if he had fun by saying, “Yeah. I am so tired. I want to take a nap and go home!”
I feel ya, man. I feel ya.
100 Happy Days: Day 26
Today one of the Pre-K students’ moms brought a special snack for our class: Easter donuts! It was hilarious to see the students eating them.
100 Happy Days: Day 25
I came home, made ramen noodles, and watched New Girl. Alone. And it was amazing.
I love being alone.
February incoming mail from: California, Washington State, Tennessee, and Portugal
[I am seriously trying my best to reply to everyone whenever I have time to write a thoughtful response!]