There is a possibility that I may spend a few months working in Georgia (the country, not the state). I've been looking at the Teach and Learn program in the Republic of Georgia. The country looks amazing and totally different from Korea. It's also really nice because they allow teachers to come in for only one semester if they want, plus round trip airfare. It would give me more time to get the FBI background check handled and I could more leisurely find a job for January back here. I've been deliberating on this point for a while and there's still no decision in sight but after a great job interview today... I mean great except that it would be impossible for me to start before November.... I'm starting to think about this Georgia thing more seriously. Going to Georgia would also mean that I could be home for Christmas because their semester ends right before the holiday.
But, in any case, whether I come back to Korea some how or another, or go to the Republic of Georgia for a semester and come back, I hope my beloved readers keep following. And, just because I'm leaving Korea, doesn't mean that there will be no more posts about Korea. I've got enough photos in my computer to keep writing for a year... and I'm sure in August I'll be pretty bored, sitting around my house in America with nothing to do, so keep tuned for more Korea posts and lots and lots of Europe posts in the next month or so!!
And for those of you who are curious what will happen with me and the boyfriend when I leave, he's already planning a trip to the states in September to visit me and meet my parents so I'm not too worried! I'm really looking forward to showing him around my country. We've already got plans to go to Vermont for a day or two and maybe DC if the trip needs to be taken so I can get back here.