So I really didn't know what to do for theis assignment. I thought about comparing the cheap brand of oreos to the real version, but that didn't work out. This weekend I experienced a lot of sensoryness......hahaha not sure what that word is, but it works. We stayed in a cabin with a bunch of girls and there were many other cabins because it was a retreat. First off our cabing smelt like sulfer because of the water, that was pretty disturbing. Then We had Saturday afternoon free. So some of us went hiking and the lake was frozen over so we chucked some rocks and saw the ice break, we tested the ice with our feet to see how thin it was, and of course it was reall thin. Later I was trying to jump over a metal railing, but in attempt to do so I didn't make it and landed on my shin in the bar and fell on the ground. So in that instance I felt a lot through our touch sensory. then I thought it would be a brilliant idea to wade across a creak that had freezing cold water running through it and a huge cliff that dumped into a deep pond waited for us a few feet away. I took off my shoes and rolled up my pants and started to walk across. Needless to say I only made it a foot when I slipped and fell, cut my foot and knee. I walked back and put my shoes on, well sort of. Blood was getting on my beautiful Chuck Taylors. the incident hurt but not as much as the iodine and rubbing alcohol that was to disinfect the area so I didn't get a disease. So the weekend was packed full of stuff that needed senses. But when I came back I still didn't know if that would be good so I bought a package cookies and pretty much downed them the taste was awesome to the tongue. the sweetness of the chocolate and the sweetness of the cookie in general was so amazing. I hadn't had a cookie in forever, that's a lie. I just LOVE cookies!!! I'm an addict of cookies. They are SENSORLICIOUS!! As I am typing this out I am laughing histarically at myself and my roommate probably thinks I'm crazy, but I won't tell her that I almost devoured a half of package of chocolatechip cookies.
Sorry it's late