Life is unpredictable in this world, but everyone does what they need to do to keep moving forward. Andrea was leader this week and she took it upon herself to make breakfast for everyone - every morning.
Searching hundreds of pancake recipes all in an attempt to get the perfect fluffy treat. She would take orders everyday and the asked us to overall the quality. From pancakes to omelets, “egg in a basket” to Nutella crepes, each day was another meal to wake up to.
Have you ever seen an Aqueduct towering above train tracks, over a road and next to a river? Well….I have. I’ve seen where one of the most influential artists, Paul Cézanne, is laid to rest and I’ve visited a museum of the leading figure of OP art. The mediterranean Sea with fighter jets flying overhead is a sight and so is standing on a Roman bridge built 12 years before Jesus Christ. I’ve been to an art gallery filled with sculptures and paintings made from a pair of passionate lovers and later tasted 12 different wines ranging from white to red at a Southern French chateau, some of them winning awards in Paris. I’ve experienced parents arriving with hugs, kisses and gifts, and the separation of precious friends some returning and some not. A lot happened this week, too much for me to sum up into words. A mix of emotions and moments, some that I will never forget. Below are many images not needing words.
~ Zina '19
When a student surpasses her teacher.
Katie Mamma Clark and Olivia together again.