I have been enjoying re-living the trip through all the awesome experiences of this year's delegates! They just left Sanda University. Check out their blogs here: Lander International 
I have to say that I am far too happy to be home. I have missed a sense of normalcy and the ability to actually unpack. I still haven't had that mac and cheese, but mom says she is making it for dinner. :D

When we got back to Lander, we were all asleep. I quite enjoyed the nap on the bus. Parents started showing up as well as Dr. Park and Mr. Jeff. Paizley's parents showed up with a big sign saying welcome home and thanking Lander for letting us go on this trip. They also had roses, cold drinks and american flag pins for us. It was such a cool thing! 

In other news, I am thinking about making another blog for everyone I met while in Asia to keep up with all the cool stuff I do in Greenwood and at Lander. No, It wouldn't be near as in depth or detailed as this one. I'll let you know if I decide to do so.

For now though, I am going to get myself moved to Greenwood and not have any travel plans in the immediate future.
Well, we only have a few more days in China before we finally head home! I'm so ready to go home. It's been an experience and I'm ready to sleep in my own bed, eat some mac and cheese and get a large glass of any sort of liquid.
AH!!!! So, I'm not happy about this no Facebook situation It doesn't make any since to me at all. And I can't get on youtube or the international.lander.edu website. So to keep in touch with the world, I have created the bulletin board.
Okay, so I cannot breathe in Shanghai. There is so much smog. It's insane. So I'm hacking and not sleeping and just generally not feeling well. Oh and China does accept visa gift cards. I find this to be strange non-sense since they work like cash, if you're out, you're out. if you have money, you have money. So I'm going to bed.