I began on Wednesday to write a post about 3 awe-inspiring occurances that happened to me at work. Until I noticed I spent an inordinate amount of time giving backstory about the workings of my day, which then prompted the realization that I haven’t made a post about what I actually do. Shocker. (Sarcasm).
So against my nature, I’m going to write about things that happen almost daily in my life. In the coming week, you can anticipate a (currently untitled) Part I describing my job. I’ll try not to make it a complete infomercial. After that’s been digested, I’ll post a follow-up Part II entitled Games, Frowny Faces, and Bad Manners.
In summation: I have a twofer coming your way shortly. Get pumped.
Yes I definitely did just quote Chumbawamba. Enter me, Thursday midday, a video on Martin Luther King Jr. and 8 Korean 7-year-old girls. Which, in Western age, means they’re 6 (here, I googled that for you.).
The kids were super bored. Like crazy bored. I think every one of the 8 in the room had said “This isn’t a funny one.” What they really wanted was a video called Arctic Antics that sings about penguins and seals and the circle of life in the ocean.
“No, it’s not.” I rebutted. “But it’s something you have to learn.”
Ew, gross. I thought. I can’t believe I just said that.
That question comes from my final interview on Sunday, August 5th.
My thought process in 1.5 seconds went as such: Am I keen on moving out of the United States? Yes. Am I keen on getting my career started? Absolutely. Children? Well…
Definitely, a lie.