Module 1_Task 1: Oberyn & Elia

by | Jun 6, 2022 | 5: Summer Course 2022, 5a Course Preparations | 3 comments

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  1. Phuong Minh Huynh

    Although I do not share your love for dogs, I can recognize myself in your description of the role of mother and what you wrote about the feeling of being valuable in the lives of others. I think it should be an essential feeling for a community.

  2. Katrine Sirnes Nesheim

    As a mother of two cats, I really recognize myself in what you write. My unconditionally love sometimes seem too much for my grumpy and independent kids. Although they are not always as active and present as dogs, I am just as happy every morning when they return home after being outside the whole night.

  3. Anja Nilsen

    Dear Zhiyu
    You are lucky to have such beautiful dogs.
    When I was little, my mother was allergic to dogs and cats, but when I grew up it turned out that my mother was not “allergic” anyway. She tricked me and my brother into letting go of the responsibility of having a pet in the house. I was shocked and angry when she told me when I was approx. 20 years old. So, I’ve never had a dog or cat. My children do not get a dog or cat either. I’m just saying no, since I have no experience with those pets.
    My brother and I have thus had aquarium fish all our childhood. So, I have some expertise in the maintenance of aquariums, fish and freshwater plants. I never had more than 2 aquariums at the same time. My brother has in adulthood had as many as 8 aquariums at the same time. I always had 2 fish named Mozart and Einstein (after the famous ones). I have not had an aquarium for the last 4 years.
    If I were to name a tough female fighting fish today, I would call the fish Arya. The ones I always cheered on in Game of Thones were Arya Stark, Brienne of Tarth, and Jaime Lannister. In Lord of the Rings, I love Gimli and Legolas.

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