Mood.

I’ve been talking with other JETs lately, and especially we first year JETs are going through that ‘I have all these problems that I don’t know how to fix’ stage. It isn’t necessarily because we have to or even should fix things that happen at school or in our lives as we live abroad teaching […]

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Great expectations.

So. Where to start? I guess I can rant about the expectations surrounding ALTs anytime, so I will do that at the end. First I will talk about today. So yesterday was the beginning of Typhoon Danas. It pretty much went right over us starting last night and it ended around this afternoon. Yesterday school […]

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Books.

This is my first, but definitely won’t be my last post about books. I have a disease. I cannot walk into a bookstore without buying something. Or at the very least, without taking note of something to get next time. This used to be easy for me when I lived in Kyoto. I had a […]

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Lunchtime.

I am going to let you all in on a little secret. I have a problem with food. No, not that kind of problem. I am nowhere near obese and probably never will be. I love to eat, but I can’t eat crazy amounts. See, I am really self-conscious when I eat around people. I’m not […]

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Breaking away.

So this week has been クレイジー as we say in Japanese. Let me start with this weekend. Friday night I got to watch a three hour special of Music Station, a show where they host artists who just put out music recently, and have them perform. They also do events, and last Friday’s was a flashback, […]

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Recharge.

It’s amazing what one class can do. My last class was really good. Cute, energetic, ready to talk with me, fast at their own introductions, and the JTE and I have built up a better rapport as this was our 4th lesson together. Lunchtime. Oh baby. 00

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