Waking Up with the Natural Universe

My first video blog and moving images that I had captured while I am here in Llano Bonito.  I invite you to listen and see what I am experiencing and be apart of it as well.

Waking Up with the Natural Universe

Every morning I arise to the sound of the Rooster in LLano Bonito.  My first morning here, I was woken up by the sound of the Rooster, house cats, the school children, and cars zooming by the house.  I live in front of an elementary school, and the students usually starts class at 7am in the morning.  I can hear them recite and repeat speeches in unison.  This school is also where I will be assisting the students.  I had attended a bullying intervention at this school.  The activity was an hour long and was facilitated by the University students of Costa Rica.  I had visited two other schools as well.  One of the school, I will be helping the students with an upcoming English festival, that includes a spelling bee, an impromptu, and a theatrical speech.

Early in the morning around 5 am here, birds are singing and chirping happily.  There are many hummingbirds, tiny creatures that flutters their wings in lightning speed while drinking the nectars of the purple butterfly bush.  I also wake up to freshly new insect and mosquito bites.  What is helpful is wearing light clothing, long pants, shirts and pants helps to deter them from doing this.  Living higher in the mountains, it gets cold here at night and early mornings.  But the late mornings and afternoons temperature increases.  The sounds, sight, taste, and smell while living here is new to me but is very natural.  What senses that trigger special moments in your life?

Until next time, Hasta Luego!

Sherry Ing

Massage Therapy student at Centennial College

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