Today, I will be talking about my March break. Generally, I usually spend my March break at home doing nothing. However this year, I have been a lot more productive with my time. I like to split my March break up into three general categories. The volunteering days, my rest days, and the Tai’s 100 day dinner.
For my volunteering days, I did exactly what the topic said I did, I volunteered. Over the past two years, I have managed to accumulate around 34 hours, so this would the last round of mandatory hours. Like how I gained most of my hours, I volunteered at the Hope centre. However, unlike previous times, the work I did was much different. For the last five times I’ve been there, I’ve always watched after young kids. This time, I had look over kids my age. Needless to say, the fist day felt very awkward. I primarily spent most of my time helping one of the kids write out their things. Overall, my experience at the Hope centre was different, but I enjoyed it.
As for what I did during my rest days is pretty simple, I watched TV. I didn’t do anything to elaborate during my last four days of March break. I watched TV, slept in my bed, and played on my PC. However, I primarily spent most of my time in my bed watching Tv/anime. The most notable thing I did was luckily finishing an anime series.
Finally, there is Tai’s 100 day dinner. Before leaving to the dinner, daddy explicitly told us no electronics and talk to people. When he said this, I decided to bring a pack of cards. Needless to say I did use it… The actual diner was also quite good for the most part. It wasn’t amazing but it wasn’t bad. Our first dish was a hard boiled egg dyed red. Next we had a soup, then a verity of veggies and seafood. There were fish, shrimp, scallops, and a whole lot more.
In the end, I really enjoyed my March break. I got my hours, had fun, and had a nice dinner with family. Next week, I will likely go more in-depth about the diner. But overall, this week has been really fun.