A year away

There are times when I forget I lived in Korea. Having been away for over a year and having moved back to the U.S. has put some much needed physical and psychological distance between between me and my time in the country. I’m glad I left. I was angry and frustrated. A cursory look at anything I’ve posted here regarding teaching would tell you I was burned out. 

So a year has passed and the blog’s still here. I’ve kept it around in case the urge to write comes back. 

Take what you will from those earlier posts. They were a product of a time, a place, and a mental state. 
Rock on, everyone.

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