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and Deona


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Life after Guilin
(October 9, 2008) (return to Homepage)
     Did you ever considering applying for the job of being the sun? It's truly boring and routine but you never would get behind schedule. Currently, I'm a bit behind schedule, mostly because my energy level is very low, the routine classes are still continuing and the WOU online class started this week. The good news is that I love what I'm doing but somethings I bite off more than I can chew. Hopefully I will be able to be more responsible on the blog soon, maybe over the weekend.

A note about picking topics for this blog:
There's hardly a day when we don't walk around campus or visit with someone when we are just simply amazed by the contrast and differences. Each of this events is a story and you periodically receive a story about on of those events. Hopefull I will create the time to write more of these events soon.

     We received our absentee ballots Monday and I've been sharing them in class. The students are very interested in the process. They read the ballot carefully and ask many questions. It's very new and intriguing for them.

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