Under the guidelines of this prompt, I am almost never polite company. Continue reading
I was reading this mornings grouping of “new posts” and came across one of the travel blogs I subscribe to. The lady who was writing it described herself as an “expat”. This sent off little bells in my head reminding me that I had this draft sitting here for well over a month. Continue reading
I’ve been sitting on this post for a few days now, hoping that my attitude towards it would change. Alas, it has not, and I can no longer hold in my opinions.
*be advised, the following is a rant, and is probably (most definitely) extremely insensitive* Continue reading
Do you ever feel like when celebrities start getting into politics that you kind of get turned off? Was anyone really excited that Arnold Schwarzenegger was “considering” running for president? Not me…
Sometimes though, I am pleasantly surprised at causes that celebrities lend their names to. For example Emma Watson and her “He for She” campaign. That’s an amazing cause, and something that I can fully support. Continue reading
Today is national election day in South Korea. And ya know what – it is probably my favourite day thus far in April! (until Friday which is my birthday, and thus becomes the best day in April!) First of all, it’s a national holiday. Continue reading
Today was a rough day for me as a teacher, as a person who holds a degree in religion, as well as a human being. Continue reading