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

My name is Stephen Gabriel Falke, and I am passionate about Jesus and Japan! I have studied abroad at Sophia University in Tokyo for the 2012-2013 school year, and taught through the JET Program for 2 years from 2015 to 2017. On my blogs I like to write about my experiences living in Japan, as well as dialogue about the intersection between Japanese culture and Gospel Truth.
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