Today I got to sleep in late. While I was getting ready, Lilian walked into my room with a tray with breakfast on it. She said “I have to spoil my daughter sometimes” and then left. It was basically the cutest thing ever. Then I got to work taking apart a pair of boys running shorts and sewing them together again. In the alianza, we have to do a parade of clothes made completely from recycled things, and to make the shorts count as recycled, they had to be sewn together by one of us. I volunteered because I really want to help as much as I can in the alianza as like a last little thing I do for my class before I leave Chile. Around 12:30, I got in a collectivo to go to school. Everyone was just leaving Peru (like SAT prep classes but mandatory by the school) when I arrived. I met up with Vicente, Fernanda, Nico, Dani, and Diego (he’s a self-proclaimed communist and USA hater but kind of a cool guy if you get past his shyness), and we started our journey down to a town about an hour and a half south of Rancagua called Santa Cruz. We were going to a famous museum there. The car ride was really fun (except for the fact that there were 4 of us squeezed into the back and I had about half of a butt cheek on the seat the whole ride) because Vicente was driving and it reminded me of typical car rides in the US with my friends.