It is always in the back of my mind. Did I make the right decision? The answer is an obvious yes, if only because there is no way to change it. I am having a decent time. Bumming around here beats bumming around Wisconsin. I have been listening to The Graduation Song by Vitamin C. “As our lives change, come whatever, we will still be friends forever. Will that be the case? Time will tell.
I finally had a really good day. It started a good Fusa class, followed by the cancellation of my dreaded amia class. We went to cheer on the Iranians for 3rd place, and they won. They are so thankful, and we hang out with them at night at the hotel. I don’t know how much impact we had, but I think it was a ton. They ended up playing Bahrain again, who managed to muster a cheering section complete with drums. We had 20 screaming american teenagers, and once again prevailed. Then I went out to dinner, taking special time to read a letter I received from one of my most favorite girls in the world. Earlier that day, I received a video message from other friends. It is really nice to know I am missed. I was prepping, and tomorrow will deliver a briefing to Jordanian high school studnets, and more importantly, their parents about life as a an american high school student. They will be exchange students in American high schools for the upcoming school year. Then on Thursday, the Dead Sea, whooot whoot! If you couldn't tell things are starting to swing for the better.
The thought of college life is always present. Yesterday we were supposed to find out our room mates, but internet has been really crappy at the hotel. Oh well it keeps me from being too homesick. Hope you all are well, and thanks again for the well wishes.