I am always amazed at how many foreigners marry Koreans. The new teacher at school who replaced the guy that died (hit by a train), article
his wife is Korean. The last intensive semester at school back in January I taught the credit class which is a required class at school. Supposedly we alternate credit and Kelp, which is the extra study class, not for credit. Credit class is 3 weeks and the Kelp one is 4 weeks. And also, the credit class starts immediately after the spring semester whereas Kelp waits for 2 weeks or so. So, this summer I have about a month and half break, beginning July 11. That is a long time. Oh and it’s paid vacation. I want to visit an old friend. I met a couple of Japanese guys in Seoul awhile back. I want to hang out with them.
Reflections on Heilein books. In the book “Glory Road,” Oscar had his whole life planned out after high school. One thing happened to him after another, whether it was the “fairy godmother” or the “practical joke” department. The “unwar” prevented him from receiving university scholarships. He went with Star and Rufu on an adventure. At the end of the book, Oscar is in Nevia, where Star is the leader. He gets bored, with only studying and training to fill his time. He finally leaves Nevia to continue his journey. He says he might come back to be with Star. It goes to show you after a long journey or adventure, it’s hard to settle down and live a non-adventurous domesticated life. Oscar wants to walk down the “Glory Road” again and slay some dragons.
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