I’m a person, that’s the way I want to introduce myself.
As a person, who I am now is a beautiful combination of things about the past, the present and the future.
Let’s start with some of those facts…
My name is Constanza and people call me Coni. I was born 21 years ago in an August evening.
I’m from Argentina – a beautiful country in South America full of diversity where you can find huge cities, mountains, rivers, beaches, waterfalls, glaciers and snow. Here’s a map that shows where is the country where I’m from 😀
My family and friends are one of the most important things in my life.
I’ve been in Med School for two years right after finishing High School but I decided to open my possibilities and trying new things.
While I was in High School, I was a roller-skating instructor. At University, a classmates group and I organized chats and debates about health issues at elementary and high schools.
I am a person who wants a change in the world. With small acts I think we can change lives. Little things can change moments, can change days so they can change lives.
I love nature and being outdoors, especially in the summer. Lying on the grass by a tree under the sunlight is one of the things I enjoy the most.
I’m really active so I don’t like being too much time without doing something.
Fresh wind, faster and stronger than on the ground fills my heart. That’s why I extremely enjoy climbing trees and riding horses, swings, zip-linings and roller coasters as well.
That mixed sensation between adrenaline and freedom makes me feel joy no matter what. Clearly, parachuting is on my wish list.
My biggest dream is to travel around the world and get to know and feel all the different cultures.
My big sister Stephanie is my favourite person in the whooooooole universe.
This is my second year at Augusta’s woodchips. I’m coming back for another round of Oak love, for more challenge by choice, for more laughs and growing, for more crazy campers (and counselors) and for more wish, wonder and surprise!!!
I’m beyond excited about seeing last year’s campers again and of course meeting the new ones, to listen to their stories, to share experiences, to learn from each other and to grow together.
Nos vemos pronto!!! (See you soon!!!)
Lots of love, Coni
“If you can dream it, you can do it”
P.S. Fun facts…
- I haven’t lived in winter since september, 2017.
- I cannot pronounce “walrus” very well. I tried… really hard… for several days.
- If you want to laugh, ask me about the “fart anecdote”.
- My room is full of stuffed animals. I LOVE THEM !
- I add cheese to almost every food.