Start. Midday and midday we leave different greetings the night does not anesthetize the minds like the past years the greetings will be vivid colored warmed by a beautiful July morning some tears will hide behind the polycarbonate but the hearts of the boys will be a thousand to leave dreaming
walk learn grow speak solve choose know taste observe tidy up sing acting play studying i ready to walk two steps behind them observe listen drive let go now many will think that I can’t use punctuation but someone will know what this is. Ulysses.
Return. Last night something magical happened, emotions rained from the eyes and melted all the make-up. Two, three, four huddled tightly lulled by the music of the last song at the disco. The purple faces were colored with the sadness of a farewell, our last hours at Leamington spa. Yet there was happiness among us, wealth, pride in having met new friends and who knows that someone might not even meet again. There was the lightness of liberation for having successfully achieved our goals. A few hours earlier the Trinity Commissioner had greatly gratified us with his staunch and detailed commendation to our students on how easy-going and so well-prepared they were. He snapped his fingers up and down in front of him to quickly mimic the easy dexterity with which the boys had jumped from one concept to another of grammar and between the different topics discussed. How many emotions in a single day I felt! And there was no ticket to buy to be protagonists, they came because we built them without certainty of obtaining them, because they would have matured so intense if in addition to going well, that small part of us that weighs just 21 had also been involved. grams and that you cannot turn on and off like a switch. You participate when you want, only when the combination is magical (which is why it is important to study abroad).
In the last 40 days the soul has played as a starter so often and has enriched me so much…thanks to you children, young people, dear friends.