Hello, lovely people!
Gosh, how I´ve missed y´all. You have no idea.
I´ve been studying non-stop this week. And the tests are STILL not over!
I have History test on Monday, Geography test on Tuesday and Literature test on Wednesday. Thank God for Easter break! Boo.
But, anyway. Let´s get back to where we started. When was it?
Ok – moving on to Thursday! The day I was supposed to have a French test. More of that in a sec!
I remembered I still had this beauty from my trip. Awesome, huh?
By the way – HOLY YUM! This was Oh-So-Good.
I only had half of it – and saved the rest!
Two slices of pineapple, 1/2 Crunchy Peanut Butter Clif Bar.
No comments. Speaks for itself :)
In the mix: lettuce, heart-of-palms, olives, grated beets, turkey breast slices, soy meat and mustard sauce. As good as always :)
A baked sweet potato with a veggie burguer and steamed veggies
Now, more on Tuesday. I was actually supposed to have a French test that day, – thanks for the good luck wishes! – but something BETTER happend. You guys have no idea…
I don´t know if I told you guys about it, but on November 2009, I took a French Exam called DELF A2. They have 4 different degrees: A1, A2, B1 and B2. All my friends were warned that they passed, but me. So I thought I had failed…
So, when Monica (my French teacher) said we would be getting our DELF certificates, I got so nervous. I didn´t know what to do! All I wanted to do was hide. My heart skipped a beat, and…
I got 92/100. The highest grade on my level. OMG.
I was SO happy! I wanted to cry of hapiness! You guys have NO idea of how relieved I was. I called Mom while at school break to tell her the news, and she was so excited! This is the kind of diploma that lasts forever. I couldn´t help but DANCE!
Hahahahaha. It was amazing.
Then, after lunch, something else happend: we finally went to that public school I was talking to y´all about. The social project?
It was the most beautiful experience I´ve ever had. The kids told me they loved me, they hugged me and asked me when would I come back at the end. I was in tears!
They´re the sweetest. Of course, making them listen wasn´t the easiest thing, but they did cooperate. We introduced ourselves, heard a bit about each of them and started a citzenship activity – we want them to learn about the rights they have, like the right to life.
And I still found time to study Maths and go to the gym. I was at a thousand m.p.h.!
Wow – this is pretty big, already.
Here´s what I´m going to do: I´m gonna post the rest of my “week recap” later. Then, it won´t be too much. Ok?
See y´all soon with the recap and a few other news!