I broke my foot playing basketball. Captain told me to be "Main Guard" and she told everyone else, so that they would know. Then, I start playing as the main guard-- I go up for a shot-- and I land-- and I hear a pop. Then, one of the males who plays (Canadian) helps me up. Captain gets ice and he tapes my foot up...rather carelessly if you ask me or my pain tolerance. I am piggy backed to his car and brought home-- Oh sweet Kana and other St. Joseph Elem. School teacher...Name?...? ahh
A day at the hospital November 1st 2010 All week long, my days are devoted to students. Occasionally I will have a “coffee date” or “movie date” with a student. Sometimes I make it to the gym or go for a run to Yamashita Park then run along the harbor. Then, I make dinner, prepare lunch for the next day and go to bed. It’s funny how moving from one side of the map, to the other, does little to change ones lifestyle. Wh ... read more
Asia » Japan » Kanagawa » Yokohama In 1603, a Tokugawa shogunate (military dictatorship) ushered in a long period of isolation from foreign influence in order to secure its power. For 250 years this policy enabled Japan to enjoy stability and a flowering of its indigenous culture. Fol... ... read more
I am an American citizen and grew up in Kansas. After highschool I moved to Malibu, CA to attend Pepperdine University. While in college I studied abroad in Italy and traveled to England, France, and Greece. I graduated with a degree in Liberal Arts/Psychology and a multiple subject and a social studies teaching credential. After college I received a job offer to teach in Yokohama, Japan. For the next two years, I will be teaching and living in Yokohama, and traveling as much as possible.
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