Thailand Tribute #1: Students

Wang Yang P. 1 & 2

Pla Pak Noi P. 1 & 2

Wang Yang P. 3

Pla Pak Noi P. 3 & 4

Wang Yang P. 4 & 5

Pla Pak Noi P. 5

Wang Yang P. 6

Pla Pak Noi P. 6

Goodbyes came faster and hit me harder than I thought they ever would. The past week has been a whirlwind of string tying ceremonies, dinner parties, and hugs. I still find it hard to believe that I will no longer go to my schools every day, and that by Tuesday morning I will be in Kuala Lumpur to start my backpacking trip in Malaysia. Despite all the heartache I’ve felt, and will continue to feel for some time when I think of my students, I am also leaving with a very full and happy heart. It has been an honor to teach these students for a year; they have filled my life with so much joy and happiness, at times I didn’t know what to do with it. The last few days at my schools were wonderful and we celebrated with lots of dancing and laughter. I only hope I was able to leave them with even a portion of the love they gave me.


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