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... and numerous microphones for people to sing with. It was just great! We also saw a dance troop practicing and just plain old out loud living! We missed you so much Cia and Andi 2! Next year Evan is the director and Annie is the assistant. She is passing on the reigns.
So...to all of you I say "goodnight!". Tomorrow I am off to a dream of a lifetime. If I don't have any connection I will still write every day and catch you up when I hit Beijing on Wednesday.
Head, shoulders, knees and toes!!!!
How many times have I sung this song in China? With children on the street or with the teachers I am teaching? It always works and on our last day of teaching I switched tables and played a Mandarin version of Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes in the classroom and attempted (operating word: attempted) to sing along. My students appreciated it and laughed along with me.
You want to learn, ...
First things...MELISSA, MIKE AND SHAWNA I LOVE YOU!!!! From here to the moon and back to you!!! !I am so struggling with email! I hope you read this:) I am the ONLY one that truly cannot access anything...except this silly blog:) (THAT makes some of you happy!) I think they got my number at the airport when I skipped out of dodge and it has been downhill all the way! LOL
No...I did NOT get a pocket full of mangoes ...
... is new to me. There's even a big dog park at Chairman Mao Square with dogs dodging kite-flying kids! Little, little children often look at us with bewilderment---it’s as if nothing in their template of facial recognition makes sense when they see us!
Fuzhou is far away from the tourist sites in China and because of that, I think it is more provincial than the big cities like Shanghai and Beijing or Xian. Yes, we are ...
... after they had to do two weeks in the summer! Mr. Lu was so cute and spent at least a paragraph apologizing that he could not provide us, the SABEH teachers, with everything we needed and wanted. He IS the kindest, sweetest man. And really...the protocols for being a host in China are pretty strict. We tell him that we are fine and not to worry, but he won't hear it! One more run in China in the AM...sure as heck won't be running the ...