Typhoon Bolaven

So this past week I had an exciting week; I got to experience a typhoon (hurricane in Western terms) AND a tropical storm all in the span of 3 days! I love weather,… Continue reading

A Little Taste of Home

There are few things I love more in this world than food.  In case you haven’t noticed that yet… I could never go on a diet because there is just too much good… Continue reading

Caught Off Guard

One of my favorite things about teaching EFL is the funny things students say.  Sometimes they are words lost in translation and other times they are completely intential, correct, and absolutely hilarious.  Today… Continue reading

A Very Tolkien-esque Vacation

Those of y’all who know me know that I am a planner…I just love it.  Making lists, and filling datebooks, writing goals and crossing them off- it gets me giddy every time!  When… Continue reading

A Sentimental Post

So I know I’ve been MIA lately, let’s face it, consistency is not one of my gifts, but in my defense I have been on vacation for about 2 weeks and I thoroughly… Continue reading

Finding the Stillness

So this summer break from teaching still leaves me at my desk from 9-5. I have summer camp in the morning and after that I “desk warm” in an empty desolate building save… Continue reading

Hanging with the Weatherly’s

Many of you know that my in-laws, the Weatherly’s, came to visit us last week here in Korea. It was so great to get to see them and show them our town. (Montgomery… Continue reading

I’ve Moved!

Hey to my faithful followers!  I wanted to let you know that I’ve moved my blog!  I decided to move it to a site where the name was more descriptive to what I… Continue reading

Weekend in Seoul Pt. 2

Part 2 of my weekend in Seoul: The next day we went to an English speaking church, which I’ve really missed! Then we went to lunch at On The Border- so delicious!  I’ve missed… Continue reading

Weekend in Seoul Pt. 1

Sorry for my long hiatus from the blog. This past weekend we had a 3-day weekend (right on schedule with Memorial Day at home) but it was for Buddah’s birthday. We decided to… Continue reading