Sunday, August 22, 2010

Chapter 3...

So I bought a basketball. It is soooooooo sooooo cooool. I know its just a basketball, but it has Korean writing all over it and it says "KBA" instead of "NBA", which is hilarious. There is areally nice park right across the street from where I live, and the other night I got off work early enough to go out there with my ball. The court was empty when I got there, but within 5min there was probably 10 little Korean children wanting to play with me and talk with the little english that they did know. It was a lot of fun.

Gotta starts today, its only like an orientation day, but I should have a few hours of class all together probably i'll let you know how it goes.....

Oh and by the way, I want to specifically say hi to Emma Rose Drosner! I hope you are doing great little one!

I miss you all....


  1. Hi Jason, good luck with orientation! Hope you are taking lots of pics...we want to see your apt, school , food, everything... Emma is doing great. She went to the dr on Friday for her 2mth checkup. She weighs almost 10lbs now! I will post some more pics to her site this week so you can see the latest. Love Jenny :)

  2. Jason!!! I lost your blogspot and e-mail so I apologize for not keeping in touch. I hope everything is going well. I'm at the restaurant right now... Bob, Marni, Wilson, Rosette and David say hi. I miss you man. E-mail me so I have your e-mail address... Still trying to get out there to see you at some point in the next year. Much love.

  3. hiiiiiiiii jayspacho!!! <3 marn

  4. Jayspacho!!!!!

    That's what I'm talkin about!

  5. i miss you guys soooooooooo much! I think about you all of the time...i have been so busy here, its incredible, the koreans work ethic is unparalleled, 12 hour days without complaining are the norm, but once we get past the first couple weeks of school I should be working from 2 - 10 or 11ish. anyway, its late here now, but I will write more tomorrow about my classes, i looooove being a teacher, the kids are amazing! miss u all so much!

  6. So cute thinking about you playing basketball and trying to communicate with the little Korean kids. I can't wait to hear about your classes! What ages/grade levels are you teaching? Do they provide you with lesson plans, or do you make it all up on your own? I give you so much credit, I think I would be SO overwhelmed! xoxo