She is organized, she takes comfort in having a plan and thinking through what she will do. And at times she over thinks things. Orientation week has a “survival day” a day that she was looking forward to attending. It was a way to get her bearings, understand her surroundings and mentally go through what her week would look like once class started. She attended with the group – and at the end the trip sponsor offered to walk them around campus.
There was only one student that took her up on the offer – My sweet girl. She was able to find where her class will be, see spots on campus that are in the “must visit” category and understand more about life on a campus in Italy. All provided by her own private guide giving her valuable information, helping her understand where she is going, and explain who she will be getting to know as the culture unfolds around where she is.
When we talked she had just returned and was resting before heading out with the group to a cooking class that would be their dinner. Take a look at all the deliciousness …….
I am feeling so happy that she has so many activities to participate in. She wants to try everything and attend every activity and event. She will be starting her history of Florence class on Monday, but at this moment she is headed to Rome and the Vatican. And I am looking forward to more pictures, stories and fun.