So it’s our first transition week; the debrief about our Habitat for Humanity project is finished, the brief for our next project has been done, and now we are getting ready for our next project in Tucson, Arizona, or as we like to say "Taxes in Tucson." I really never thought that my group would end up with a project in my hometown. It just goes to show that you should always expect the unexpected. At first I was dreading the thought of going back to Tucson for a project, but this transition week and my teammates have really changed my mind about it all. I was afraid of how my team would react about being in such a random place like Tucson, but there is a light in their eyes that I love seeing. They are all truly excited and anxious for this project. We will be working with two amazing organizations, our housing sounds too good to be true, and to top it all off my team is going to get a chance to meet the people in my life who inspired and encouraged me to join NCCC. I’m glad to say that it was a good, but slow transition week, and I know Water 4 is ready to hit the road and head for Tucson. Taxes here we come!