This post is for Monday and Tuesday!

April 13, 2015

Oh, Mondays. This little girl always puts me in a good mood, no matter what day of the week! I don’t even think her cuteness is fully displayed here. She is, in fact (not just my humble opinion 🙂 ), the cutest thing at school. Whenever the older kids walk by her, they always pinch her cheeks and say, “So cute! So cute!” I feel so lucky to be her “foreign” teacher! Her classroom counterpart has been absent this week, so we had some 1-on-1 time. Since she’s so young (probably 2 years old, really), and this is her first school experience, she can feel a bit overwhelmed when she is the only one in the class. In an effort to keep her calm, we got to whip out the bubbles for some fun! She and her classmate loooove jumping for bubbles. Key words/phrases: Yes!, One more time please!, jump!

Showing off her Hello Kitty for the camera

Showing off her Hello Kitty for the camera


I think I see myself in this screen!


After work, Kevin and I made quesadillas, or “case ideas” as the kids joke! (Yay Costco for selling shredded Mexican cheese). Ah, the little tastes of home.

case idea


Also, I was craving this delicious Korean treat! These are rice cake balls of sorts, filled with…something or other. I don’t really know the details, all I know is that I like them! Ymoon, do you know what they are? Hopefully nothing too bad since I ate almost all of them in one sitting, hah.

rice cake balls


To end Monday, Kevin and I watched a Korean movie on Netflix called “Oldboy.” It’s probably one of the most perverse, messed-up movies I’ve ever seen.  Let me know what you think after you watch it. Seriously.


April 14, 2015

The current after-school state:


I need to carry tissues with me wherever I go. I don’t think I’ve ever sneezed so much in one day before. Not pictured: The plastic bag next to the bed for my used tissues so I don’t have to get up.

March sickness: completed

April sickness: in progress

May – February sickness: TBD


I think sickness is winning.


5 thoughts on “Sick…Again

  1. Ah, you’ve tasted songpyeon! If it was sweet then it prolly had brown sugar & sesame seeds mixture inside. If it was savory then most likely steamed chestnut filling. They are traditional Korean thanksgiving treat but I love ’em year around 😀

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  2. Thank you so much!! They were definitely sweet. Sometimes we have them at school during snack. That’s where I first tried them. My boyfriend, who will normally eat anything, doesn’t like them at all, but I think they are great!

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