I'm pretty sure we will be seeing one of my favorite seasons (spring!) soon. It's been 50* twice this week already. Wow wow. Roasty toasty.
It's also the end of winter semester at Avalon. Only 4 more days with these kiddos, a 2 day vacation (YES!) and then it's SPRING SEMESTER! Yahoooo!
No, seriously. I'm excited.
I'm not too excited that I'll be teaching mostly lower levels next term. Wish me luck.
We have two new teachers who arrived this week. Haven't really gotten to know them yet. OH, and in case you were wondering--they are males. It seems I'm destined to be the only female foreign teacher forever. Sad days.
Last weekend, Justin and I went to the Seoul Museum of Art to check out the It's My Home exhibition. Amazing photographs from around the world. Apparently, we could have taken a camera into the show but we weren't aware of that....SO you can check out some of Yann Arthus Bertrand's photos HERE if you are so inclined. He does a lot of work showcasing why and how we can promote living sustainably.
|[These are outside of the museum. Kind of brain-boggling. The pictures don't do it justice.]|
|[Apparently, they represent kimchi and how it families make it and then it shrinks. ...that could be a completely incorrect explanation, too.]|
|[Looking at them made my brain a little loopy.]|