Thursday, 25 October 2007

PostHeaderIcon The wind of the rainbow washes away the tears

Apologies for neglecting my blog recently but I've not really had any time to update it. I've maybe had about 2-3 spare hours in my apartment after work this week and they've consisted of cooking, cleaning and then going to bed.

Everything up until this week at work has still been good but it's been a bit of a drag recently. I can feel myself getting twinges of culture shock just like the graph in my JET handbook says. A few things in the office and schools have been irritating me when really I should just be more patient. An example being that yesterday I had to go get a school photograph taken at the junior high school. This turned into a massive problem with school lunches and times and phone calls and miscommunication and blah blah blah. I try not to complain too much in these posts so I'll stop there for now as there is a lot of fun stuff that I've still to update on too. I'm going to busy right up until Sunday afternoon probably so I might do a big update then. I might need to make my blog private soon too because I got an email warning all the JETs about writing negative stuff on their blogs. That's some internationalising for you... only write good stuff.

Right now I'm at work and about to head to elementary for a few hours. So I better get organised and turn on my super happy enthusiastic English teacher mode.

Also, the title of this post is taken from the cover of one of my student's notebooks.


Darren said...


Just so you know someone's reading, although I have nothing to say

Nice title by the kid

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I am a 24 year old Scotsman currently teaching English to Japanese schoolchildren. I live in a small town on the east coast of Kochi prefecture.