Mega box, check.
Unlimited pajamas, check.
All the biggest darkest tshirts, check.
Notebooks, notebooks, notebooks, check.
We were all ready for battle. We were supposed to leave on March 23. Few days before 23, it was moved to 24.
After a day it was moved to 25.
The next day, moved to 26. And then moved to 27.
The basic scheduling couldn't even get ironed out. But we are but followers of instructions. One week of nothing to do. It was Holy Week and most of our families left the city. Schedules moved, plans moved. We wish the school had a more solid scheduling body or a more uniform system of instruction. It confuses our time chart. We have to keep on rescheduling our activities for the community. But then these changes make us wiser and challenges us to be more flexible.
One week of waiting and packing and unpacking and packing and packing. Our group has #LuggageGoals. To have the least amount of baggage per person possible. We pack a lot smarter now. Only the essentials. Clothes rotate more. Everything in sachets. Promo packing, to say the least.
Day of departure. We managed to fit our healthy selves and our mid-sized mega boxes inside a van. 2.5 hours of swerving, 3 bags of vomit and 8 bottles of water later, we arrive at our beloved New Barili.
And the adventure begins.
Princess Shelmerry Dawn M. Que
Adzu-SOM Level 2