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... of Yuan around! Then as we were leaving the security guard came up to Chen Jian and told him he could get us money. As soon as he told Brian, Brian was like, 'We are out of here! He is a counterfeiter! Biggest scam in China!" Since Brian has been like 11 times and Chen Jian is quite innocent, we booked it out. Brian went back...I was like wth! After lunch Evan and I cruised around the grocery story up the street. It is really like a mini Walmart because it ...
... summer camp in my memory, where everything is so fresh and so present and you know that it will never be the same and you hold onto it so tightly even as you say good-bye. And that’s what we’ve been doing.
Yesterday was an amazing talent show/performance put on by the students. It ranged from a rendition of the Christmas Carol by a senior high school class, to a dating game skit a la Saturday night but with a ...
... 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.
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