Sunday, June 23, 2013
The Plan with a Side of Thunder
Cornell's Summer Academy woke up to a hot morning. Once you walked out of the dorm, you could feel the thick air draping over your skin. As I went to RPCC, I saw Tamilyn and Christian with a new friend, Rachel. She was in Christian's hall and she's studying Body, Mind and Health. She said that she took this course because she grew up with a medical disorder, soo she wants to be able to give back to others who face these difficulties. Perhaps we got there late, but there was barely any food left! There was only eggs, potatoes, sausages, and cereal. They started to bring out french fries and chicken nuggets, so that ended up being my "hearty" breakfast. Dining is starting to become difficult! There's no home-made noodles or porridge to eat. Being away from the food that I'm used to eating and eating the same thing for the next three weeks or four years of my life is going to become tough.