|Our Class Gel|
My afternoon was full of shopping. After going to the Brown bookstore with Brandon, we continued our shopping at Whole Food. I understood that the best souvenirs for my family would be staple foods, so I kept all my money just for the big shopping on food. I searched online and asked people who live here, including Jody, what were the foods that were specific to New England. I walked back and forth the store, looked at products on the shelves, talked to the people in the store, and called my mom for many times, I finally decided. I bought eight cans of clam chowder, two bottles of syrup, one bottle of coffee syrup, three packages of cake powder, and a box of oyster cracker. Those were heavy. I carried them all the way to my dorm after walking on the endless Benefit Street and the tiring College Hill. My arms were shaking after carrying all of them, but for my family, I was willing to do that. I hope they all taste good.
Attending a session called "Financing for Ivy League Colleges" and the Annual College Fair was my evening activities. The instructor talked about the financial forms that would be needed, such as FAFSA, and waivers we could get on standardized testing and college applications. The session ended quickly; it lasted only for 20 minutes.
|Inside of the College Fair|
Now I am typing the blog, but this is not the final task I have for today. I still have a paper to write, a presentation to prepare, and a final to study. I only have three sentences on my paper. What should I do? I should really start working now.