Some days I will just look back, and remember moments I forgot to put down in pen. Here is one such example:
One day the BFSIA participants had night classes to follow a full day of our morning classes, we protested to absorbing one extra lecture. So to fill the time, the mentors elected Mahrie to hold a lecture on “Democracy”.
However she mishears. Mahrie is teaching an impromptu about “Democracy/Diplomacy”, and she begins speaking about how track one diplomacy is governmental involvement while track two is “people to people” as citizens. She asks the students if we have any questions.
Me: If Track 1 and 2 don’t work, does that mean the trains will stop running?
Mahrie: For your case, it does.
With much love, Kathy P.