Monthly Archives: September 2012

Thought for the Day

“Missing someone gets easier everyday because even though you’re one day further from the last time you saw them, you’re one day closer to the next time you will.”   It’s been just shy of 3 months since I have … Continue reading

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Just Go With It

One of the most important lessons I’ve learned in my 3 months in Korea is how to go with the flow. Cultural differences and a broad language barrier often get in the way of communication. I can react with anger … Continue reading

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Sports Day and Julia’s Visit

One of the biggest and most exciting days in Korean schools is the annual Sports day. It is a whole community event and in my school’s case, it brings two schools and communities together. On Tuesday, we had a full … Continue reading

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Seoul (x2)

The last two weekends have been quite busy with trips to Seoul for various reasons. The first weekend, I headed in on Saturday for a meeting then some birthday celebrations for my friend Rachel, one of the NK Renegades.  A … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day

What life would have been like if I never left my hometown If you have a minute, this article is definitely worth a read. Updates will be coming soon!

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Anywhere Your Love Goes

“Take me where the wind blows Anywhere the sun shines Anywhere your love goes You will find me.” Since arriving in Korea, I have realized more than ever how unbelievably blessed and loved I am. I have one of the … Continue reading

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9/11/01 Never Forget

Eleven years ago today, America was attacked and changed forever. Thousands of innocent lives were lost and our nation was left trying to pick up the pieces and make sense of this senseless tragedy. At 11 years old, it was … Continue reading

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