Thank you for the comment! I love questions and I'll try to answer them as honestly as I can, either by making a post about it, or answering in the comment box. I felt as if this question was worthy of a post of its own. Watch out.... It's a long one :)
Ok... sooooo where do I begin. I'm pretty sure this person wanted more personal stuff about TX and I have to start by saying that I was (am) very blessed to get to have such an amazing host family. They respected me as my own individual, but treated me as a family member, Allie and I taking it sometimes too literally...The year had its ups and downs, homesickness was the hardest part. I didn't really know how to deal with it and I kinda have some issues with opening up to people, so it was hard for my family and friends to help me at times because I didn't tell them what was going on. I mean the year isn't all rainbows and butterflies, it becomes your everyday life, routines, and all that same stuff you do at home. I grew up to become an independent young adult, and I'm so grateful to all the people that were involved in the progress during that year. I needed all the good and the bad to happen because it made the year real. And it made me learn so many new things about myself and I kinda like the person I am today. If something about this remained unclear, let me know!
|Can't wait until the day I get to see these beautiful faces again!|
Thank god for basketball.... There it doesn't really matter as much who's a senior and who isn't. In school it's weirder. Now they're all gone, but I'm glad I've found some friends that have become really important to me in these past few months (Jessi & Juls especially <3). I'm just happy as long as my ABI's won't forget me. Haha!
|Some of the friends I love most in my life|
Btw.... Body pump killed me. I did too much I think. I'm aching everywhere! Haha, I pumped it up for sure.