May is a month of celebrating people in Korea. The 5th is Children's Day, Parent's Day is the 8th, Teacher's Day is on the 15th and Buddha's Birthday is the 21st this year.
Carnations are the gift of choice for parents and teachers.
One of my students, it was either Jackson or Grant (they get embarrassed and clam up, so they usually just put gifts on my desk), gave me this yesterday. Apparently his mom made it. It's pretty rad, the red is all one piece.
Teacher's Day isn't until Saturday, but it seems that some schools are getting a jump on things. Sinback Elementary had some sort of assembly outside today.
I'm not sure if that's the entire student body or not. It wouldn't surprise me if it was. Korea tends to build way beyond what is necessary.
Today was uneventful. I tried to explain to some of my students that Ian would be taking over next week, but it mostly just confused them. Tomorrow will be my last day at Haso. I'm not sure if I'll ever see Chun wha, Chang su or Eun wha again. Eun wha has been out sick for the past few days, so I haven't seen her in awhile.
Well, tonight is Lost night, so I'm keeping this short.