Don’t walk. Don’t run. Don’t leap….Jump! Korea is home to the art of taekwondo, so it’s fitting that JUMP, a unique, internationally-acclaimed martial art… Read More
May has come and gone, meaning our wedding & dating anniversary has come and gone as well! Along with that, we FINALLY ended our elementary overnight program and decided to celebrate bot… Read More
I LOVE LOVE LOVE libraries and bookstores. My dad would take me and my younger sister to the bookstore when we were younger (RIP Borders) and we would roam for what seemed like hours, discov… Read More
For everyone tired of skinny jeans or too much of a foodie for crop tops—I’ve got an outfit for you! I normally wouldn’t do a dark color with this grayish army green… Read More
It’s JUNE! And it’s HOT! Time to lose the sleeves and the pants and let your hair be freeee! Full skirts are my heart, and what’s fuller than tulle? It’s not just for… Read More
My previous posts about Cebu City have details on historical sites and religious (mostly Catholic) places of worship. Something I enjoyed about Cebu City was the leisure time we got to have… Read More
Continuing my mini-blog series about our trip to Cebu–The main religion in the Philippines is Catholicism, and it began spreading rapidly from island of Cebu, so there are beaucoup des… Read More
The Philippines is an interesting Asian nation because there are so many remnants of European colonialism there. From the lingering Spanish influences, to the numerous ethnic groups and lang… Read More
Eric and I visited Cebu at the end of January, mainly for a change of scenery. The island of Cebu has beautiful beaches and geography, but this trip for us was more leisure than adventure: h… Read More
This is an art lesson I do with my students, from fifth grade to high school. This lesson is about 50% art lesson and 50% English lesson (although, the whole thing is taught in English). You… Read More
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