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We are always in the process of reinventing ourselves. Everyday serves as an opportunity to create the person you want to be. Like the old adage goes, today is the first day of the rest of your life. The thing is that I don’t actually know who I want to be. I want to be a writer but what that really means is I want to write.

This post is not for me. This one is for Central.

You, the ascetic, went all that way for a change of scene, perhaps to the desert, perhaps to the hinterlands covered in snow, perhaps amidst a people whose language seemed obscure, strange, but alluring. Enchanté? Oui.

Good Evening All!

For what I think is a first, I'm going to make this post largely video-based, as I've recently taken two videos which I thought are worth sharing:

1) "Try The World" - https://vid.me/bcHI

Hello Everybody!

Given the serious tone of the last post, I felt primed for a lighthearted topic: "mondegreens".

As a comical guy, I quite enjoy mondegreens. Even if you aren't familiar with that word, you know quite a few already:

-If you thought you heard "Hold me closer, Tony Danza." instead of "Hold me closer, tiny dancer.".


After five plus years of teaching I no longer consider myself a ‘rookie.’ I’m not yet a ‘veteran’ teacher—someone who has taught for decades, but still, I feel a bit more seasoned than the average teacher, simply because my experience has been so unique.

Hello All!

Time marches on, and brings me along with it. I'll update on some items mentioned in recent posts:

1) The image for this post shows how my business cards have come along. I'm quite glad to see them now, and would recommend moo.com for their helpful staff if you're looking for business cards. We'll see how they are received by others.

Hello All!

Sorry for the one-day delay with this post, as I did end up "too busy" yesterday.

I got married in the summer of 2009, and less than a year later I moved to South Korea to teach English the following spring of 2010, leaving my husband, step-son, family and friends behind. I’m sure some people secretly thought I was crazy. Maybe I was, just a little. I was desperate to stay in career that I had invested so much hard work and money into, and the economy wasn’t cooperating.


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