So here i am interning at Rock Creek Park in Washington, D.C. Today was awesome we had three classes totaling 87 people come in of kinder-gardeners (ahhh) and they split into three groups. One group did an adaptations experience, another did a habitat hunt outside (which was mine) and another did an educational tour of the milkweed plant and the butterflies. So i was in charge on leading ~30 students around the trail teaching them about different habitats for different animals. It was exciting but i was really nervous because i did not know i was doing this until an hour before they came-- kinda had to take one for the team we had some rangers out sick. It was worth it however the kids loved it.Sometimes i get the opportunity to go down to Georgetown to visit the Old Stone House (on the right) it is the oldest house(as the name says) in all of D.C. so i do some informal tours and information sessions there for visitors. As far as that "snow storm"... there wasn't one lol. That doesn't matter to me because the federal government closed down which means no work for me!!!! yea we didn't even get an inch haha. The Washington Center is doing me a lot of good though. We have weekly seminars on resume building, cover letter workshops, interviewing help, public speaking confidence and more. It sounds boring but i have built a kick-butt resume and all of this information is helping me not freak out so much about getting a job after school! All in all things are coming together!