CAMBRIDGE - DAY FOUR

My second class at Harvard was full to the brim, with a few familiar faces and lots of new ones. I also had the pleasure of meeting Audrey Eyring, a medical illustrator who observed my class and took some photos for me.

During some of the finishing steps, my students got an introduction to Chuck Testa. It's always so much fun to show students my favorite YouTube video and see their reactions!

The bunny is slowly coming back to life after a lot of hard work and drying/fluffing.

The bunny is slowly coming back to life after a lot of hard work and drying/fluffing.

After everyone left and we cleaned up, I realized I had basically starved myself all day like I always do when I'm working. I met up with Alayna and Zach at State Park, a cozy spot right near the Friendly Toast (where we ate the night before). There was a really great band playing but State Park apparently doesn't update their social media so I can't find any info on them, which is a bummer. After dinner (A+), a few glasses of cava (A+), and a game of pool (Andy and Zach won), I headed to bed so I could wake up for my trip home the next morning.

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