An Expat Goes Home

On February 25, my teaching contract in South Korea ends. On February 26, I’ll be on a flight to Tokyo to spend two days there (because in case you didn’t know, Tokyo is expensive and even two days can drain the bank account) before flying to Denver to stay with my sister for a week and a half. Then on March 1, I’m flying to Florida to stay for a few months. Then it’s graduate school if I get accepted. Read More An Expat Goes Home

The Rancid Weiner: A Short and Basically True Story

As Easter approaches, I’m reminded of a day, many years ago, when a weary undergrad arrived at her parents’ house for a week of much needed rest, cable, and laundry facilities, only to wind up “¦ DUH DUH DUHHHHN “¦ poisoned. Read More The Rancid Weiner: A Short and Basically True Story

Middlemarch Madness: Sweet Sixteen Voting Day Three

One of last night’s races was so close, the leader changed fifty times.   The other one, not so much.   We’ve got two more inductees into the Elite Eight, two more ladies going home and another round of votes for you, after the cut. Read More Middlemarch Madness: Sweet Sixteen Voting Day Three