Four weeks ago, I moved in with my second and final host family. Since then, life has been nothing short of an adventure. In my previous column, I gave a brief description of my current family, which is comprised of an oncologist host father, a judge host mother, and two host brothers ages 19 and 8. Technically speaking, I also have a 17 year old host sister, but she is currently away on a Rotary Youth Exchange herself in Mexico. I now live in a different small suburb of Warsaw called Podkowa Le?na (pohd-koh-vuh lesh-nuh), which means "Horseshoe Forest," in a house that has been in the family for generations.