When I tell people that I'm a kindergarten teacher in an international school, they usually automatically assume that my job consists of just playing with kids all day. I've even had someone tell me before that they're more tired than I am because they 'have a real job'. Oh, my goodness. They could not be… Continue reading daily schedule
The state of emergency here in Japan has been extended again. This time, to May 31st. It will most likely be extended again but for now, this is the date that we have been given. That being said... things opened up a little...? I know, I'm confused, too. However, after I got off of work… Continue reading extended state of emergency… again
I am writing this from my bed on a Monday morning. I woke up at my normal time and went to work. Last week, they sent out a letter to the parents saying that if possible, please keep kids home and practice self-quarantine. Because of that, I had 14 kids absent in my class today.… Continue reading oh, dear….
Yesterday was hard. I don't mean hard as in, "Oh, this one thing happened and it ruined my whole day." No, I mean that the whole day was hard. I work at a kindergarten as a homeroom teacher here in Japan. I have on child in particular that I personally believe is the spawn of… Continue reading i know a demon child…