I couldn’t be happier that I made the decision to come here. It’s definitely one of the best things I’ve done in my life. It was a great way to travel, a wonderful teaching experience, a good life experience, and I met some awesome people along the way. I’m ready to come home, see friends and family and eat some lasagna.
Thursday, July 1, 2010
T-minus 25 days...
Well, I officially have only 1 month left, wow. It’s hard to believe. I had a dream a few nights ago that my life in Korea was actually all a dream. It was really strange, because usually I wake up from a dream thinking everything that happened was real, but this dream I woke up thinking everything that happened was not real. Which makes sense, because a lot of the things I’ve done many people only dream about. It made me really happy to think about how much I’ve enjoyed being here and how many great experiences I’ve had in a just one year. I’m super excited about coming home, but I honestly am going to be truly sad to leave. Not only am I going to be sad to leave my good friends I’ve made here and the cutest kids in the world, but I’m going to really miss Korea in general. Some people hate Korea, and before coming I heard some bad things about Korea and Korean people. And I don’t know if it’s because I’m living in a smaller town, but my view on Korea/Korean people is all positive. Of course they do a lot of “different” and strange things here, but that to me, makes it better.