The date of going back home is getting to a close - today, just 13 days left here in Korea. The excitement is high, same contagious thrill of these toddlers going to watch a play close by our office. But they are so behave to fall in line, holds hands with a buddy, although there are those free spirited who are adventurous to run here and there oblivious of the whistle blows and instructions of their sangsingnim (teacher).
So I will be back home soon, the days of being grounded is at hand, I look forward to it, to really live on the ground, in the rural communities. Literally as well, sleeping on an earth floor, not anymore the ondol floor of Korean houses. A new grounding indeed in all its essences.
Friday, April 14, 2006
Posted by Pete Erlano Rahon at 10:28 AM