We're almost halfway through March, and I haven't published anything all month! And when I was thinking of what to write, I realized there's still plenty I haven't covered from my time in Korea! The first thing to show you is how adorable Elegance Class was on Halloween last year!
|There are no half-assed costumes here in Gangnam SLP. Go big, or go home.|
|We took a short field trip to COEX mall where the mothers were waiting to give their darlings treats.|
|These kids left with their bags heavy with candy, cookies, and toys. Some of the buckets were overflowing. I was impressed by the mom's enthusiasm, but also a little weirded out. I don't think they realize it, but my children are spoiled.|
|Ruby complained about the weight of her candy bag.|
|First World Problems|
|We switched ears.|
|Don't even try to get all of them to smile at once.|
|Everyone's pretty tired after our field trips, no thanks to the sugar comas they got.|
Halloween isn't a traditional Korean holiday. We celebrate it at my school to give the students more exposure to Western culture. The kids enjoy the celebration and love the candy they get. When I ask them if they'll go trick or treating later, they say no. I've never had Halloween as a big holiday in my life, but I'm glad my students got to have fun with it. And they all looked so cute in their costumes!