Free to Celebrate

I just officially submitted my last assignment tonight at about 1:50am. The semester’s done. I’m free. It’s wonderful. And it gives me this deja vu about the freedom I felt at this time last year. There are now zero homework assignments guarding the way to Japan. I enjoy my schoolwork, especially this semester’s, but it’s beautiful to be done with it for a while, after about 9 months of almost straight schoolwork. No more late nights unless I want to (or unless my friends make me : P). With not a class in sight, it’s 102 days until Japan (hoping!), and 5 days until my best friend’s birthday! It’s time to celebrate!

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About Stephen Gabriel Falke

Stephen Gabriel Falke is passionate about loving Jesus and loving Japanese! He grew up in Virginia, America, and first visited Japan in 2007. He then studied abroad at Sophia University in Tokyo for a year in 2012. He also participated in the JET Program as an ALT from 2015-2017. He currently works as an English teacher at Hirosaki Gakuin Seiai Secondary School in Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan.
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