Day 15: A Day in the life (include photos from throughout your typical day – this could be “a photo an hour” if you’d like)

As my title suggests this post does not depict a ‘typical’ day for me. Today, our baby Hub woke after having immunization shots yesterday to being really upset coupled with low range fever. Our poor boy. This meant that we did not prepare and leave for school today but I stayed back to tend to our boy who never wanted to be put down. He is on the mend but here is some of what happened today… 

The thank you card and breakfast food was for ‘Teacher’s day’ here in Korea. It is a big day and students really express their gratitude to their teachers, our PTA (Parent Teacher Association) prepared a western style breakfast treat for all our staff to share in the morning. I thought I had missed out but Hubby brought some back for me which I was tickled at.

The washing pile was me sorting clothes that baby Hub has grown out of… He is growing way too fast for my liking!

My guitar playing has come back since having our son, at this point in the day playing to him was one of the only ways to calm him because of how horrible he was feeling. It really soothes him in any mood he is in.

It was sweet relief when Hubby came home, not that I didn’t enjoy being there for my little but that he could spend sometime with his dad and it felt like we were a team. 

So there is a glimpse of a very ‘untypical’ day for me. I will prepare to do another post on a typical day of mine in the near future.

Now to leave you with a quote for Teacher’s day:

‘A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.’ -Henry Adams

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