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... a favorite of the children there (one parent even said to me that their child wanted to be me when he was older).
Remembering this, I started to look at studying a PGCE in Primary Education and when I return I will be undertaking this at Lancaster. During the interview process I looked at the other applicants around me and thought to myself "I have very little experience compared to those around me".A friend at ...
... the light into the darkness of the corridor.
Darkness and light.
Her eyeliner versus her eyes in a battle of darkness and colour.
Good and evil.
Cell Cell and me.
Sutekina asa o mou ichido. Watashi to busshubeibi-sama... awasete, seru seru no sekai de. Kodomo no yume, watashi no ichiban no yume.
Seru seru... anata o aishite.
... checking into out hotel we headed to a shopping area where the student s spread out. This was also some free time for the teachers! I looked around a little bit but didn't really buy much since most of the things at the mall we could get at home for probably a little but cheaper. Dinner was at the hotel and it was an amazing buffet. Chicken fish pasta vegetables and five types of salad(which we are learning isn't a part of all meals here). One of our students ...
... to solve. They proved to be quite time consuming and occupied the majority of our evening. Despite the poor location and the student issues, the food at this hotel was outstanding. The selection was great and the meals were delicious and well presented. In fact, they may have been the best meals yet! It was after midnight by the time we had everything settled for the night. Don and I visited a bit in our room and I chatted via text with Shawna before turning in for the ...
... and explained to the owner why we were there. She was quite interested; however Chad and Don trumped us when they went to Selkirk High and spoke to the school's head teacher! She was disappointed that our group couldn't stay longer and visit their school. During lunch, a hail/rainstorm picked up and we were happy to have remembered our brollies! Our next stop was Hadrian's Wall. The weather wasn't really improving, although the rain ...