Leaving Fukuoka ー On to the next stage

ご無沙汰で〜す

Well, yesterday was my last day at AEON. I’ve learned an awful lot in the last three years, and I hope that once I’ve gotten settled in Tokyo I’ll have more time to share some of it. I’m sad to leave all of my amazing students and co-workers, but I’m excited about the next step!
Starting Tuesday, I’ll be taking a Master course in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages at Sophia University (上智大学). It’s an incredible opportunity, and I feel so lucky to have been accepted. Kazumi and I will be living in Shinjuku, so if you’re ever I  Tokyo, come visit!

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