To-Do List

Below are a list of the things we’re trying to do. Click on links to see the full story behind each one as they are completed or updated.


GEARING UP FOR ARGENTINA


SPANISH

  • Buy Spanish-learning program – COMPLETE
  • Take lessons at Verbum in Buenos Aires – COMPLETED
  • Learn BsAs slang words! – HAPPENING

IN BUENOS AIRES


REGIONAL TRAVEL

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12 Responses to “To-Do List”

  1. jesus orozco August 10, 2011 at 3:04 am #

    hi miss c. i know this must feel weird to you and i that im leaving this but i can not just stand her at home and do nothing while i knowingly sit here in my leather couch thinking how i treated the only person that cared about me like shit (excuse my french). i type this in regret knowing that you where right all along. for my horrible behavior to you towards you, i plead for your forgiveness. contact me if you want to tell me about your little adventure.
    ps on stephen’s article entry on aug 7 “why Buuenos aires”, i think he made a typeo on reason 3 and i quote “Ba will allow to us to live a city life…..”
    with care, love, and regret,
    jesus orozco
    ms.c, ex student

    • Maggie August 10, 2011 at 11:18 am #

      Hi Jesus. I don’t remember you for those bad moments. I remember an extremely smart kid with a passionate writing voice who challenged me to be good at my job and make class interesting. I appreciate your apology though. Keep reading the blog and sending me updates about all the great things you do in the next few years. I will absolutely miss you and everyone from Locke, and I’d love to hear how things are going. Hopefully we’ll hear from each other soon:)

      • jesus orozco August 10, 2011 at 12:15 pm #

        Thank you so much this really give me peace now i just have to say sorry to all 9th and 10th years teacher. thank you

  2. jesus orozco September 16, 2011 at 11:51 am #

    hi miss c school is great how are you doing?

    • Maggie September 18, 2011 at 9:36 am #

      Hi Jesus. I am moving in about three weeks, so I’m very excited and a little nervous. I’m hoping I’ll be able to learn Spanish quickly. What’s different about Locke this year? How have all the changes gone? (Good to hear from you:)

  3. jesus orozco November 6, 2011 at 2:31 pm #

    hi ms.c sorry it took so long to type back i have been busy with job interviews lock is locke i just took the cashee and im + i passed it with flying colors.

    • Maggie April 28, 2012 at 11:16 pm #

      Jesus!!! Congratulations – That is so fantastic. Keep pushing … now, you can spend all your time preparing for and getting amazing SAT scores:) Sorry it took me soo long to write this. I haven’t checked this page in a while, but you made my night:)

  4. Ken Orvick April 25, 2012 at 12:51 am #

    Hey, love the blog! I saw that one of your to-do’s was tango. When I spent time in Argentina I absolutely loved taking lessons at this place: http://www.lacatedralclub.com/. I think its 5 pesos a person and you can stay there until 6 in the morning. On fridays they usually have live music come play as well. Enjoy!

    • Stephen June 21, 2012 at 1:50 pm #

      Hey Ken,
      We recently went to La Catedral for our first tango lesson and dancing. Had a blast and will definitely return. Thanks for visiting our blog!

  5. Alejandro Cifuentes June 21, 2012 at 1:38 pm #

    What an awesome blog you’ve got! My name is Alejandro, I’m from Mexico and when I arrived for the first time in Buenos Aires your travel tips were really useful!!

    Now a days I’m working as a Marketing Assistant at Urban Station which is the first place designed especially for mobile workers. We have 2 Branches in Buenos Aires, and I think you would really enjoy the experience! We want to invite you to visit us when ever you feel like it!!

    If you guys wanna come let me know so I can get you some free passes and arrange a mini-tour so you can really understand Urban Station and the way we work!

    Really looking forward hearing from you!

    Enjoy Working Differently!
    Alejandro Cifuentes!

    • Stephen June 21, 2012 at 1:46 pm #

      Hi Alejandro,
      I’ve worked in Urban Station and liked it, but it’s too expensive to keep doing. Thanks for visiting our blog.

  6. Ulises February 7, 2013 at 1:14 pm #

    I can help you with the empanadas and the tango!… but now Im in Germany… going back in aprli. Salen unas empas?

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