I just had dinner with my pred and his pred. Three generations of JETs. Amazing.
I love me some とんこつ ramen.
BEING AN ENGLISH TEACHER SEEN DOING ANYTHING OUTSIDE OF WORK
My proudest moment so far has got to be when a teacher said, “stop,” and this one sixth grader continued with, “hammer time.”
Never a dull moment
It feels impossible to save money some days when all I want to do is blow money on cute things like this.
I make a lot of おりがみ at my desk. Today I taught myself how to make these after I got tired or making cranes.
I have an obsession and all the teachers I work with know it.
These little candies are 100% honey and it’s just like eating a spoonful of honey but more socially acceptable. I drop one in my morning tea when I get to school.
Cause that’s what I want when I go to the dollar store… corn on the cob!
Went to daiso to buy some Christmas props for my Christmas lesson; I saw this too—
You never know when you need corn on the cob.
I shouldn’t complain that I’m cold— it’s extra chilly in Minneapolis…
Glimpses of Hiroshima
I love the smell of kerosine in the morning.
(now that the heating is turned on I’d be happy never leaving my desk)
My sleepy little neighborhood with Miyajima looming in the background.
I have an unhealthy obsession with プリクラ．
Today’s Kyuushoku: “clam chowder”, “salad”, tangerine, bread with chocolate paste and milk.
Not really a fan or seafood soups; - this was the wateriest clam chowder I’ve ever had.
The best parts were the tangerine , bread and surprisingly I liked the milk today.
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Ready for today’s episode of “Mary struggles through Japan”