Anyway, as part of our Korean class, we went on a few field trips. This one was to Andong ~ on a cold, rainy, cold day. Still, there was lots to see in the traditional village. Well, maybe there was. We weren’t there for very long, and were too cold to feel much like sightseeing. Still, I got a few pictures. This one is of a little house in the village, and the one below is of an old gnarly tree that looked quite striking against the pearl grey sky.
Currently, I’ve got the TV on to AFN (Armed Forces Network) and am watching Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers. I used to love this show when I was a kid. My sister and I would watch it every week (I had a huge crush on Mike Seaver played by Kirk Cameron.) Now 14 years later, it’s horrible. I can’t bear to watch it, but neither can I bear to turn it off (“Just incase it gets better” I tell myself). Ugh.
Tomorrow is the first day of the new semester. The spring semester in Korea is the beginning of the school year, so I’ll have a whole batch of new freshmen. We’re not expecting more than 2-3 students to show up during the first week, as they’re all still registering. So, tomorrow I’ve got 3 empty classrooms to rest in for 15 minutes. Next week though, we’ll be in full swing.