yes, spring break is officially over. This break somehow felt so long but still so short – maybe because I am used to two weeks of spring break in Germany instead of just one?
Honestly. during spring break I did not do too much. I was planning to study at least one to two hours a day but well, I ended up procrastinating and catching up with life back in Germany.
I managed to sleep in several times, eat my favorite food and to just spend some time with my family. I was really glad to be back with my sisters and we did a lot of things together (such as playing cards and Nintendo, you never get too old for it).
Also, I managed to visit my old school and it was quite weird. I feel like I changed so much in these past months but nothing really changed at my old school. And it felt like I never left it. One of my old teachers actually thought I was still a student at the school and that I was just attending his lesson because I had a free period. It was really funny and nice to spend some time at the school I attended for years.
So yes, I had a wonderful time back in Germany. Next up we have a CES (Central European Seminar) Half Day and then three days of seminal readings. During those seminal readings, we spend some time reading through texts and then discussing them. The last time, for example, we read “The Allegory of the Cave” of Plato and one text of Rainer Maria Rilke. And then, soon we have our AP mock tests – so that means a lot of studying.
This is it for this time, I will post something again soon about seminal readings maybe or the AP mock tests.