Our planning charette day was exhausting for me because my entire group spoke in Spanish. Katie, poor Katie, doesn’t really speak any Spanish, but we were with four Argentinian women, so that’s how we talked. Oh my lord, I did my best. I understood probably about 70% of what they were talking about. Most of them were really sweet and patient with me, explaining things or talking a bit more slowly so that I could understand. By the end, we needed to produce drawings pretty quickly so they just started drawing out some plans and I added mine to their drawings and it worked out pretty well. We presented and it went really well. To tell you the truth, I’m not that into planning, so I wasn’t very invested in what was going on. So it kind of worked out that I didn’t really know what was going on.