Bethany: Taking a Breather (with some very sickly lungs)

May 29

Bethany:  Taking a Breather (with some very sickly lungs)

It’s been awhile since I’ve been awake while I’m not in school so my blogging opportunities have been quite slim this week.  You see, last week, was  Buddha’s birthday, a national holiday in Korea.  We got Friday off, and my school took us out to dinner for galbi on Thursday night.  After we ate and talked for awhile around 9 pm, my director...

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Adam: Rainy Sunday Pictures

May 22

Adam: Rainy Sunday Pictures

About two weeks ago (again, I’m all about posting things in a quickly, timely manner), we had a day at Jangsan Mountain with our kids. The kids were supposed to draw a picture of what they saw, but most when they sat down just started drawing what a mountain and trees look like in their minds. They never looked at the mountain. But, I don’t blame them....

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Adam: Play Barr!

May 18

Adam: Play Barr!

The weekend before last (I know, I’m all about on time), Bethany and I attended our first Lotte Giants baseball game. Baseball is a pretty big deal here. I’m guessing it’s a lot like that long forgotten Tom Selleck classic, Mr. Baseball. Now, I never saw Mr. Baseball, but I know it took place in Japan, so I’m sure it had to be somewhat...

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Bethany: Summer (an after) Reading List

May 15

Bethany:  Summer (an after) Reading List

I am appalled that I have only read 17 books from Rory Gilmore’s Booklist.  As soon as I finish Bram Stoker’s Dracula (because I didn’t think Twilight would satisfy my need for a vampire story after watching Daybreakers), I will work on conquering this list.  Since I now have 40 minutes of usually, uninterrupted reading time every day on the subway...

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Bethany: Mean Girls

May 12

Bethany:  Mean Girls

So my first class of the day involved a cat fight.  More like a kitten fight.  Let me just start at the beginning.  My first class of the morning is 5 “babies.”  They say they are 5 years old, but 4 of them are like 3 years old.  With kids this age, it is an absolute necessity that everything during class time appears exactly fair to each student.  Now,...

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