Today, December 11th, it's been a hundred days that I am here in Winnipeg. It means 2/3 of my exchange...3 and a half months. Many things were learnt , many moments will in the memory remain, many days became unforgettable, moments of disparation now became reasons to laugh about and tell everyone how awesome is to be an exchange student. Being an exchange student is being able to deal with all kinds of situations, having your head open for all kinds of opinions, respect all kinds of customs, making friends all over the world and being proud of saying that you have been an exchange student. Besides that, some moments of sadness were passed through these days, but nothing that I could not bring a lesson with me, or even days that I saw pictures of THAT party in my city...and I wasn't there, and some moments in my home country that, for a second, I wished, more than everything, I had the power to be multiplied so that I could be present that day at the same time I would be here. And, if you are an exchange student, don't waste too much time trying to remember if you had ever felt like this, because you had. But at the same time, you know that when you go back to your home country YOU will be the one telling the craziest and funniest stories to your friends, YOU will be the mature one between your group of friends, YOU will make your parents even prouder of you, you will realise how much it was worth it, how life is good and how awesome it feels to be able to say "I have been an exchange student and I proud of myself."
Um texto que escrevi dedicando a esse post de 100 dias no Canadá, e 51 dias pra voltar.