Photo #211: July 30
13-yo kid, after our 3rd lesson: Do you teach tomorrow?
Me: Ah, yes.
K: Ah eto… tomorrow lesson.. ano.. 13 o’clock?
Me: Oh, do you want me to open a lesson tomorrow at 1 in the afternoon?
K: Yes! I learn English, but you talk Japanese. And fun!
Me: Just sukoshi (a little). But thank you, student-kun!
K: I like you. Mommy also. *mommy waves and shows me their cat, Mi-chan*
I have a new loyal kid (and parent)… my heart is full! 😻 #WeAreRareJob#ilovemyjob
Photo #202: July 21
Getting the approval of my kids’ parents is truly priceless! 😍Maaaan, the Young Learners premium program is really my favorite! 🤩
Thanks for sharing this, Ryan! We are all considered the best by our loyal gems! 🥰 #WeAreRareJob
Photo #121: May 1
Received this message a few minutes after posting my orange tree jump shot earlier. What a coincidence! So apparently, the new Japanese era, “Reiwa,” means “beautiful harmony.” It comes from a poem written by Otomo no Tabito who lived in Dazaifu! I am not Japanese, but my students and travels to Japan teach me a lot, and part of me feels a bit older yet wiser because of this new era. In addition, I feel even more motivated to visit Japan as many times as possible so I can create more videos to help me connect easily with my students!
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Photo #44: February 13
It’s nice when my kids thank me, but getting acknowledged by their parents? Huhu tears! 🥰🥳☺️ #ilovemyjob #WeAreRareJob
Photo #263: September 20
One of the scariest things EVER: losing Internet connection! I thought I wouldn’t be able to conduct my last batch of classes from 5-9 pm today, but thankfully, only the 5 pm student was affected, and luckily, she’s a loyal gem who understood the situation.
Photo #206: July 25
I feel like I gained 2 more sisters as I “met” my co-ambassadors for the first time on Skype today! They are so energetic and radiant, I can’t wait to meet them in person!!! We feel like we’re going to do a lot of laughing when that happens! 😀