Life in a foreign land is always interesting, I mean I have been licked by my kids and I can't tell you the number of times that someone has told me they love me. I have eaten some pretty weird things, that I would never have eaten back home. And as I am sure with most people having an adventure, I have laughed at the stupidest things. Now this may not appeal to most, but to anyone who has taught English overseas or taught for that matter, you will know that your kids have all sorts of questions for you. Also they love to give you gifts. Well this post is about both....them Googling me and giving me a lovely message.The previous day my kids had asked how to spell my full name, I didn't think much of it, and took the opportunity to bond with the little guys. The next day I saw this comment on a post...... the wonders of Google. I think it's pretty funny. (and cool, I take it he reads this blog now, and clearly he can use Google Translate)
Next I received this heart felt letter from some of the kids, who seem to..... well miss me. There is one who says I am Funny, so that is good to know, but the stand out has to be the 10 year old who wants me to add him on twitter. On a side note he also added me, no followers and following only one...me, so I gave him a follow back. I have to admit, I laughed for quite some time. I am sure that those of you who have taught before have had things like this happen to you, but it doesn't make it any less entertaining.