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Feb. 26th, 2004 | 10:34 pm
気持ち: accomplished accomplished

Three things and it's off to bed for me.

1) Da wahine, i wen fin out she get one boyfriend, so get no chance!! Whaaaaaaaa!! But das ok . Plenny poki in da market, so no worries!!

2)Saw Passion of the Christ.... Whoa, pretty intense, and I would write more, but I am going to Waianae tomorrow, so I need to get to bed, like ten minutes ago, but...

3) I witnessed a hit and run today!! I tell you does, trouble just go looking for me or what?? Anyway, I did watch as this Korean woman backed into another care, so I call HPD and the took a report. While waiting for HPD to arrive, the owner returned and we all filled a report!! I hope they catch the person who did it. Halas for making trouble like dat!!

Alrighty then, gon go moemoe. Catch you all tomorrow!!

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jwacha

From: jwacha
Date: Feb. 28th, 2004 01:20 am (UTC)
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Did you really go out to Waianae today? The rain was awful, I didn't want to drive at all.
And that's too bad about the girl, just keep looking, that's all you can do.
The Christ movie, how was is? My mom wants to go and see it, but I'm sort of scared to...

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hisensei808

From: hisensei808
Date: Feb. 28th, 2004 01:45 am (UTC)
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I did drive to Waianae, and I found that I would reallly prefer to teach there than here in town. I was watching what was happening in the class, and well, the students there had a really caring teacher, and I think they knew that. What I found to be depressing was the fact that the classroom next door was not friendly to the students, bad mouthing them and putting them down throughout the whole entire time. When I realized that, something stirred inside of me. something really big. I still cannnot help thinking about what their situation was like, coming to school and always being told that you're dumb, and being yelled at all of the time. It's really sad to see that, and I don't think they deserve that, no matter what people may think. They are just being kids, and they lack guidance. I do not feel that using harsh language is appropriate for them. I know they would like to learn. In my time with the students in the class I was working with, they were eager to learn about Japan and japanese. It felt good. That is why I have been really thinking about moving out there to work with them in the future. Maybe for my internship, and beyond my internship. I do not plan to change their culture, but to learn their culture, and as I am teaching them, they can teach me. Anyway, I guess I am just one man who care sooo muchh, sometimes too much.

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