* teaching 4th, 5th, and 6th graders – 3 different classes, for a total of about 2 hours, on religion
* waiting an hour for a taxi to come, only to find that a taxi would not come – even after calling on mother cabrini and st. anthony, and so, leaping into a jeepney with sr. terezinha, only to get back into a taxi to finally make it home
* training lectors that have never been lectors before, for a mass that would start in 15 minutes THEN, being voted, “it” and getting involved with a game of tag, not knowing that we were playing until a group of 8 kids started running away from me, THEN becoming the other member of the choir, AND singing songs in ilocano!
* realizing that i can sing ilocano mass songs without needing the words anymore
* being open to the spirit on saturday mornings with the kids at SOSCFI – all of a sudden, i’m leading the catechism in the morning, and all of a sudden, i’m teaching yoga to the kids, and they were having fun!
* making conversation with the people right in front of you
* not freaking out if something doesn’t work out with a schedule, but rather, learning to redefine the word, “priority,” and being honest with the reality of the situation
* being available, but knowing your limits/boundaries
* the story of my life, everyday here in baguio city.