I am so thankful to have a "family" in Korea since I am away from my real family at home. My Thanksgiving weekend started off with a Skype session between my family (mom, dad, sister, cousins, grandparents) and my Friday "A" level first grade class. My school bought a webcam specifically for this purpose and even video taped the class. I introduced my family on a powerpoint and then gave the students a chance to think of 3 questions they would like to ask. It was probably the best experience I have had in the classroom thus far... They were so cute! The students were REALLY excited, as was my family (I think).On Friday, we had a burrito night. One of our friends, Jeff, got a package from home with burrito making things (tortillas, taco seasoning) and he was kind enough to share it with us. SO delicious and it made me miss real Mexican food... too bad you can't send Hilbertos and Saritas in the mail. His sister also sent him homemade fudge. Amazing. We then completed the night with a norebang session, makkoli, and beer.
|"If you drink this coffee, then your lips will be turned warm |
like a you're kissing and you'll falling in love.
Taking on bite of waffle, you're being ever more romantic.
Coffee&Waffle is always be with you."
|"Caution!! Excessive drinking of coffee |
can bring about uncontrolled urination."
Little did you know....
|Getting lost on the way to Herb Hillz.|
Climbing over guard rails and through fields.
Story of our lives.
|Ohhh so that's what men do in the bathroom|
|As in, "Merry" Christmas?|
|The start of King Kong|
|Only attached by two ropes.|
|Ready to go|