Last 100 Days, Days 60-56

As I’ve mentioned, I’m sharing a photo and a look back on my favorite memories in moments in Moldova for each of my last 100 days here.  I’m counting down, so here are days 60-56  See all of my “Last 100 Days” posts here.

Day 60: Each school subject has a week each year dedicated to celebrating that subject. We celebrated English Week with various trivia competitions and making posters to hang up in the hallway. (February 2017)
Day 59: Each spring, the snow melts in Moldova. This means two things: 1) that the warm weather is coming; and 2) that the roads will turn to a muddy mess. Because few roads are paved in paved, the mud can be quite bad and makes for very muddy shoes. Thankfully, the mud eventually dries up and the gorgeous spring arrives. (February 2017)
Day 58: On March 8th, International Women’s Day, I joined my host mom on a walk to the next town over to visit some family friends. It was a warm spring day and it was so nice to get outside. (March 2017)
Day 57: Although my host dad brought this cat home shortly after I arrived, everyone jokes that he is “my” cat. I’m not much of a cat person, but he has stolen my heart, and I will miss him when I leave. (March 2017)
Day 56: Most Moldovan houses have a flower garden near the gated entrance. In the spring, we were graced with these beautiful tulips, daffodils, and flowering fruit trees. (April 2017)