So I missed out on good old Black Friday sale. So my students took me shopping this weekend! Alyssa and Clara. BTW, I am still in need of an Korean Adapter for my American hair products. So yes my hair has been wavy and nasty. So its up most of the time!
I bought a few items, but not enough to send anything to anyone. I will do more shopping when I have time, so be patient. Or I will just bring goodies when I come back. There isn't much shopping here because I live in a small town. So I cannot wait until I go to the bigger cities.
Despite of all that is happening here, I am safe. Had a lot of people wondering if I was safe. I am and when it gets any more dangerous I will definitely fly back home. As of right now, I am and will be safe. Thank you all your concerns and I am thinking of all of you too!
So I thought I would share my daily schedule with all of you, my friends and family.
My day starts late, because I go to bed around 2 or 3 AM. I wake up around 8 or 9 in the morning. Get ready and chat with my family in America because it's usually like 6 there. Then I head to work at the English Academy at noon. I prepare my lesson plans and wait for the students to get there. They start arriving around 2 PM. Then I have about 5 to 6 classes a day. I love it and it's so much fun watching them learn and talk in English. They are very bright! I end the day around 9, but since its testing season, I am volunteering to stay behind and help with the other teachers, only til like 9:30. I go home and Facebook . That's my day!
I love my weekdays because I actually have something to do. After testing season, my Korean teacher and I will start traveling. And my fellow Korean friends, May Chee and Kou will visit soon, I hope. :)
So the other day in class, my Korean students, Billy and Ian, were singing Kelly Clarkson, "Because of You." It was so cute! I will record and share soon.
So my diet has not been good. I have been eating ramen noodles and Frosted Flakes. When I am craving for rice, I go buy chicken on a stick from a little cart. The same lady that sells the tempura! I also eat out, but only on weekends!
Big news! I will be moving Wed to a new house with my Korean Teacher, Joan. She is awesome and make me feel a little like home here in Korea. I am glad she is my Korean Co teacher. I will post up pictures soon! And of course pictures of the new place also.
I have so much free time so I went through all of my old photos and it's now up on Facebook! I miss the old days and I am so blessed with many great friends and cousins! We did a a lot of damage! :) I am looking for more good days to come!!! I will be back soon!