Mar’jon Wright, DCIS-Montbello
When I went to Italy it was a very different experience from when I was at home. I was more outgoing and more open to the different country I was in. Everywhere we walked, and everything we saw, was just mind blowing to me. To just see it with my own eyes instead of in a history book.
One way that this trip impacted me is that it helped me get out of my comfort zone and try something new. The reason I say this is because at first, when I went, I was nervous because I had never been out of the state in my life. But to be there in Italy, and to see with my own eyes, was breathtaking. I actually was able to let myself go and let myself be free without feeling shy or embarrassed.