I have a confession to make. I love jewelry. Seriously. You should see my jewelry box at home. I acquired quite a few pairs of earrings since I moved to Korea. I got some awesome earrings in Thailand, and I have also found some great ones here in Korea. I was tired of digging through my container to find matching sets, and I needed to somehow organize them. I luckily found a craft box at S Dot stationery store. Check out my earrings now! Now I can actually find matching pairs!
Especially her...oh, I loved her. Adorable personality!
This is my new school uniform. I love it.
Are you ready, Sora?
Yes, I am, Mom.
This is my new jacket. I like it.
Are you ready?
No, I'm not.
Watch out! Oh, my new shoes!
Oh, I'm so sorry.
This is my new school. I'm not late. Oh, I'm nervous.
It's 8:00. I meet my new students today. I'm nervous.
That boy's uniform is too big.
That's just the first page...
I wish they would hire actual English speakers to write this stuff.
By the way, I still have my other co-teacher as well. She is not as easy, flexible, and easy-going as Jinju. My classes are split in two between the two teachers.
Forgive the weird shadows (there is a white plastic paper behind us)...
Here I am with Taewan, one of my students. I am excited because I can actually now wear the ever popular Korean leggings and skirt combo. Woo-hoo!
Another Korean experience I will never forget...fried fish at lunch.The fish easily separated into 2 parts and the spine skeleton thing easily came off. I thought, I'm home free. So I proceeded to eat the fish, not taking huge bites with my chopsticks, but good bites. And proceeded to get a mouth full of bones. Had to spit that bite out into my tissue-like napkin. Let's try this again. This time I took much smaller bites with my chopsticks. Ok for the first couple of bites. Then got a small bone stuck in between my teeth. And I couldn't get it out gracefully. At all. So I'm digging in there trying to get this stupid bone out and it breaks in two. Now I have an even smaller piece of bone stuck in between my teeth. I finally get it out, trying to all along be discreet so my co-teachers don't see. These bones are small, thin, and clear. WHY does the blind school serve this kind of fish? WHY?
Hope your week has gone great! I also finally caught up with the Bachelor. I don't even know the words to say about that.