Gangcheng Holiday Hotel
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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.
... senior high school teachers shook everyone’s hands. Us? The three of us who teach primary school?---Brenda, Lauren and myself? Hugs, kisses, photos, tears!
And now it’s over….time to pack up a suitcase filled with gifts---tea, trinkets, souvenirs, scrolls, shadow puppets, tea bottles….I hope it all fits! I'm just back from our dinner tonight with everyone to celebrate the end of a successful summer ...
... stepping back and looking in. I am savoring so much of life instead of jumping in and getting lost in the shuffle of craziness. I only have to 'B'! LOL Savor, savor, savor. In my time here, I may not have made everyone understand the importance of teaching and allowing children to think...but I sure as heck showed them the importance of smiling! May you have many smiles today...or at least one to savor:) Love to all.
... the sea who are doing the very same thing and who totally get what the life of a teacher is, except that they get a 2 ½ hour break for lunch when they go home and nap! (Or nap in the school office!) We all speak the same language, though, when we talk about classroom management and family engagement and how to motivate students to do their best efforts.
Teaching in China is hard work and it’s really enjoyable, too. I laugh ...
... 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 ...