[Sorry to disappoint you all, but Mrs. Fly asked for a 1 week extension on her first post because she was swamped yesterday. So it'll be next Friday. Good help is so hard to find these days. Tsk tsk.]
Now that you all know we're Korean, I can talk about what we did the past few Saturdays. We enrolled G in a Korean school. I don't speak Korean that well... maybe like a 6 year old. So if you want to chat about whether I want another scoop of ice cream, I'm your guy! A discussion about Marx and Engels... maybe not. Mrs. Fly is pretty fluent but we were a little lax about teaching the kids Korean. Like they say... better late than never. I was thinking of getting one of those Rosetta Stone things and doing it with him at night, but I read on Amazon that the pronunciation and grammar was all messed up on some of the sections. Forget that! G can get bad pronunciation and grammar from me!
They also take the kids to a nearby Tae Kwon Do school, and do some other cultural activity in the afternoon, so it's all good. It's run by a Korean Presbyterian church, but the school is non-denominational. And it costs like $25 a day for 5.5 hours of Korean cultural activities. LOL. I guess those guys weren't business majors. You can't even get 2 hours of babysitting for $25. They seem like very nice people, so we'll probably do something nice for them at the end of the semester.
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