So a wisdom tooth extraction led to body aches, high fever and consuming bowls and bowls of juk (congee) by yours truly in a state of vulnerability.
Never mind cooking when you’re ill to the pit. However, speaking in front of 150 children ranging from ages 8 to 13 years old. It can be a bit daunting. It is exhausting. I can’t use more than I can offer.
I am truly physically exhausted after five hours of student interaction, teaching, discipline, moments lost in translations. All that.
I am tired. I’d been sick twice since I got here in Korea.
It’s warm, and chillingly cold and humid and very hot. The weather varies in Korea. I know summer is coming and humidity will make me drench in sweat. Gosh, i’m going to lose so much water weight. The last time I’d measured myself, I weighted 62.83 KG. Completely naked and without food too! lols. This was conducted at the jimjilbang. I think I did lose a pound or two.
I still have my lower bottom right wisdom tooth to conquer. Lets just say that it’s going to take a few months for that to happen.
Is it possible to encounter something so wonderful? Isn’t it a dream come true? or simply a mirage in my desert heart? Lord, please show me what it means.
School field trip canceled. Instead, I will be doing office/paper/ppt/work at school.
PS. I love my grade ones/twos! I had a great time picking out your English name…..Jessie, Mellssa, Sandy, Helen….and CHRIS LEE! OMG, you are the smartest little boy!