Tuesday Are There Moose in Puglia?
We all started our day early squeezed into the hotel minivan for the 15 minute ride to the school. Once there, Phyllis and Rita did a great job of finding each of us a teacher to work with. All morning we “went with the flow” and moved from one teacher to another as needed.
I was very impressed with the students and their knowledge of English. My first and favorite classes were 18 year olds, whose studies have focused on languages. I visited with a group of young ladies and had a great time asking questions about their lives, families, and wishes. I answered many questions about my life and experiences in the USA. I was happy I brought along some photos of Utah for them to see. One student asked about wildlife in our area. I mentioned that I sometimes see deer or moose hiking in out mountains. They had no idea what a moose looked like. Thanks to modern technology, I was able to show them a picture I had taken of a moose on my I phone.
I’m looking forward to the coming days; meeting new students and watching Phyllis and Rita perform their magic in order to meet all of our needs. Penned by Vicky
Our Thought for the Day
“Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, & the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” Buddha
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