meet Sylvia.

When I first found out that I would be going on this trip, I sat down for the first few minutes in disbelief. This opportunity does not come around often and I am beyond words at this point. The more and more we talk about the trip in class and how we get to work with all those kids, the more I feel like we truly are making such a huge difference in each of those kids’ lives. I talk about this trip with my mom all the time and she just keeps reminding me how all of us are making such a difference whether we realize it or not. She is very excited for all of us. So far the lesson plan is going very well. It’s just difficult writing out everything that I want to say. I think that is my biggest challenge. I am looking forward to working with everyone and to meeting everyone down in the Dominican that we will be working with.


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