Let's get started!
There was no class schedule. Literally. NO schedule. You would think that they would spend the time BEFORE school started to get everything ready. Right? At least that's what happens in the states. In Korea, the first couple of weeks are spent getting schedules ready. It makes no sense to me. At all. So I spent another week desk warming, with the exception of talking to my students for 5-10 minutes in each class. We have quite a few new students at our school, so I was excited to meet them.
The weather got a little warmer in Daejeon, and then it got cold again. Darn! I was SO ready for spring! Here is my little neck of the woods on the other side of the globe.
School started back this week which means school lunches started back. I had decided to start making a PB&J sandwich every day for lunch...just in case. Boy, am I glad I did because lunch was nasty 4 out of 5 days this week! I'm going to start doing this every day!
Fashion in Korea is rather interesting. Check out the dress I found yesterday! What do you think? Should I get it? All I know that if I wore this, I would feel like growling and snarling. Roar!
It is BIG. Boy, is it big.
I announced it to the world (aka Facebook) this week that my life will be changing dramatically when I come home in August.
God has called me to become a foster mom. There is absolutely no denying it. So when I come home in August, I will start the training classes and will hopefully have a child or children in my house within a couple of months of coming home.
I am nervous, scared, and excited all at the same time.
Becoming a single foster parent will be challenging, but I know I'm up to the challenge. I have been a foster parent for dogs for a while now, and I truly feel like God has been preparing me for this for a long time. I would appreciate your prayers!
Mind-boggling, isn't it?