We know very clearly who we want to be; but very vaguely who we are. This is my ode to my chingus, the people who let me be me.
I’ve been there so often in my life that it’s almost become a horrible mantra in my head. That feeling of not being good enough for the people close to you. That feeling of being a failure to them. Of disappointing them with everything you are. Well guess what? Stop thinking like that.
When I began working in Korea three years ago, I didn’t know about the expressions “losing face” or “saving face”. I found out quickly.
Craziness in my apartment! Just wanted to share a little tidbit of what goes on in Korea-land!
I had some fun drawing these creative month headers for my kiddies during winter camp a couple of weeks ago to get them excited about learning the months.
Teachers are currently represented by uninspiring, childish visual imagery. Images like that neither revere the profession of teaching nor do justice to the intellectual and creative development teachers help guide in students of all ages.