Monthly Archives: June 2012

Breakthrough

I’ve been meaning to write about this for awhile now, but I got sick and had other things going on that I kept forgetting. One of the things thats very frustrating about teaching in Korea is how they treat disabilities, … Continue reading

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Children’s Day/Sport’s Day

On May 5, Korea celebrates “Children’s Day”.  It’s basically just a day honoring children.  This year, it was on a Saturday, but my school used the day before to hold it’s annual “sports” or “field” day in observance.  My students … Continue reading

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Healthy!

It’s so nice to be healthy again!  I celebrated by waking up very early last Saturday morning and heading to Seoul.  I wanted to do some shopping!  I immediately headed to Myeongdong hoping to beat most of the crowds.  This … Continue reading

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Sick, again.

The Korean germs have been hitting me pretty hard for the past month.  First, I had that horrendous cold/upper respiratory tract infection, and the lastest was a really hard hitting stomach virus.  At least, I think that’s what it was.  … Continue reading

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