Why am I here and what is changing?
So before I leave I'm thinking what's special about Argentina, what might I not see again here? When I get back home I will not see palm trees or have the great ice cream but I'm especially sad that we won't see our freinds again. (Mostly the Marias, but other children we met here too.) Who can help me with that sad feeling and how? I'm sure that these feelings will disappear with all the excitement at home. However there are a lot of things that Canada has and Argentina does not.
When I was in Argentina I was waiting to see some things back at home. Having our Wii u and seeing maple trees again but I'm especially excited to see my freinds.
It's not just a party
When I get home it will be summer basically but the last few weeks of non vacation I will be going to school. I'm excited to see my friends and teacher but there are some disadvantage that come with that.
1. While we were in Argentina we did not have to start school at 9:00 o clock in the morning, we could start early or later, we could even do school on Saturday instead of Friday! Also we are sometimes getting up later now and even if we don't get up later we are used to being relaxed in the morning.
2. After having only two people in my class (one being me and the other being my brother), plus our teacher being our mom, and how we all sat at the dining room table, it will be strange to come back to a classroom with about 25 kids each having their own desk and a teacher that is not my mom or dad.
So there you have it, all my thoughts on the big excitement of coming home. Think how you would feel in this position. Would you be excited? Would you be scared? How about both?
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