Day 19: 20 is a Magical Number

Today was the deadline for our all Phase 3 of our Inquiry Project work!

Twenty sources, T said.

I am never going to get that many, I thought.

However, with much wandering and a great deal of help from Harry and Austin, I HAVE FOUND THEM.

Nothing is sweeter than the sugary delightfulness of SUCCESS.

Well, partial success, twenty is the minimum.

But no matter, for my information is vast in amount and great in general.

I am also almost done with my gray wolf after a visit today to Happy Embroidery and look forward to sharing a perhaps-lovely photo of it on the site soon.

After lunch today, I had my usual fifteen minutes of sunbathing and Pierce the Veil, and noticed that all the circular ends of the Linden Centre rooftiles are a different, unique pattern.

Yes, I lie on the warm stone ground of the Linden Centre's second courtyard everyday at noon.

Don't judge.

My name is Ryane and I am a fourteen year old student in SAS Puxi. My interest in Microcampus stemmed from a desire to participate in something outside of my sheltered metropolitan lifestyle where everything is done for me and I am painfully inexperienced. I have lived in Shanghai for eight years now but was born in Taipei, Taiwan to an English speaking family of six cousins and numerous relatives. I have left Xizhou and missing it most painfully, however, I am happy and excited for all future Microcampers and the amazing experience they will experience. Be good to T and Ms. Mai!