Day 11: Different times of My Day

Writing an idea in the journal is very difficult because there are so many events that happened today. There is a time where I was the meeting facilitator and it was the first time I held a meeting. I was very glad that the superior group students supported me along the way because I was not very sure what to speak. I was really nervous and after the meeting, I felt much better and next time I would not be as nervous anymore. Another time that sparked me was during still time where I was in lake er hai with Barton. The view was beautiful and I saw how insects and spider live near lake er hai. I loved looking at the small details where the web twirls round and round everywhere. The insects may be very scary but truely they are very pretty. 

The most important lesson I learned today is to always reflect on what I learned and then improve on it.  


Nicole, every time I had to

Nicole, every time I had to get in front of a group when I was young, I was so scared. My knees would even shake! But I learned that when I faced my fear of speaking and leading groups it got easier and easier.That is something that took me a long time to do.
Now about those insects and spiders at the lake...the world we live in is FILLED with wonder and beauty, but it takes time away from every day things to appreciate it. I hope you love you nature time.

I really enjoy nature and the

I really enjoy nature and the beauty that involves it. I went to lake er hai around 5 or 6 times and every single time I would be amazed by the beauty. Also during 4th or 5th time, the mountains peaks had snow and it looks so beautiful.  Thanks for all the encouragement and previous comments you have posted. 

Hi! My name is Nicole and I am in the Superior Group. I am from Hong Kong and I came to SAS in second grade. I am so glad that I have attended Microcampus and living in Xizhou is a bliss to experience. The beauty of the Xizhou will never dissolve away in my mind where there are mountain peaks of ice and green garlic fields flowing through the grass land. I miss this experience so much and I hope the future microcampers will feel this experience as special as I did.