Well, Emmanuel is back home again. After two years in public highschool, he said goodbye to the system last October and was back for the rest of his 11th year. He took on learning guitar and ukalele on his own during the school year. In the summer he
took a one-week film class in L.A through the New York Film Academy. Now, school has started once again and he has one more class to finish this semester: U.S government. Other than that, he will concentrate on his music and wants to take a film class, acting
class, and maybe stand-up comedy class in a college starting next semester. He will continue to learn through experience what it takes to build a network marketing busisness through Young Living, a business he can build around his day to day activities,
which gives him a lot of flexibility.
Emmanuel will travel to Colombia in November for almost a month. He will spend most of his time in the city where I enjoyed the best years of my childhood: Bucaramanga. He will attend
my best-childhood-friend's nephew's highschool graduation and spend time doing fun things with them, while learning Spanish. He will write a paper on his Colombia adventure upon his return in the middle of December, and then he will graduate at the end of
December, in the week between Christmas and New Year (that is the plan).