Ack, I've fallen delinquent in posting again. I think it's because I've just been so tired lately. I've burned out my batteries. As Spirit of the West might say, "I need home for a rest. Take me home!" And I will be home, in a mere two weeks! The thought is exciting.
The school year is winding down, and so are school activities. A couple of weeks ago I went with one hundred high school students to a place called Sokrisan Youth Centre for our high school retreat, where much fun was had. There were many activities. For me, though, the highlight of this trip was a Korean game that the boys started playing. It just says so much about Korea. So much. I will let it speak for itself.
What I love most about this is after all this elaborate discussion, planning, and effort of execution, none of it has any bearing on who the winner is. Rather, the winner is determined by a round of Rock Paper Scissors. (You can hear them playing at the end when they're yelling "Kye bye bo!")
The Faddishness of Publishing
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