Monday, August 15, 2016

The  birds singing woke me up early in the morning , but unusual “tune” made me get up and look through the window to find out what kind of birds they were. Having seen me they got frightened and flew away. The view was picturesque. Hills were in the  mist, the sun was hiding  behind the floating clouds as if it was playing “hide and seek” with the earth and looking over the countryside, somehow my thoughts went back to my childhood and stopped at the moment  I was  reading “The adventure of Tom Sawyer”, when I first “discovered”  America. Then I flew into memories deeper and deeper. The scenes from the famous American films were coming one by one. From “Gone to the wind” to “Once upon a time in America”, remembered how much I dreamed of  visiting  the country of freedom, democracy, tolerance, “Hollywood”, fashion,” All Stars”... and I am here, in America, in  the country where all dreams come true...
And the 14th day  of being in America started with breakfast and ceremony of giving gifts to our ”birthday girls”: Ia, Nino and Keti.

  At the session we once more revised and discussed  about “giving Feedback”. After sessions one part of the teachers went to Wallmart for shopping and another one to the pool.

 In the evening Nana Litvinenko was visited by her American friend  Alycia Griffin who worked in Georgia as a TLG teacher .A pleasant coincidnece, on 14th of August Nana hosted her in Georgia and aftre six years, the same date Alycia hosted her in the USA. 

  The weather was rainy and sometimes it was lightning and thunderstorms and we decided to enjoy ourselves a little. Georgian wine and Georgian songs once again made us cheerful. Zura as usual was the heart and the soul of the evening, telling jokes, describing our members in a funny way. The day finished with the expecting flood warning and we scattered to our dorms and rooms.

3:30 a.m. alarm signal  woke us up!!!
To be continued...

Nino Kalandia


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