As some of you may already know, I am a teacher. :)
You could read my post here if you want to know more about my job. ^_^
My very cute student, Judy, sent me a package from Korea and I thought it was very sweet! Other teachers in our office often get gifts from their students,too. And it was actually my first time ever to receive a gift from my student that was sent directly from Korea.
One day, Judy asked for my address so I asked her why she needed it. She told me she wanted to send me a gift... I was actually happy to hear that, not because I like accepting stuff from others but because I thought my student was just so sweet.
Judy is only 12 years old and what more sweet is when I found out that she actually bought these things with her own money and not from her parents.
She got me these adorable hand made headbands.
A cellphone chain with heart and pink details.
She also got me a cute fluffy pen.
And she also sent a letter with it.
(I covered my full name to protect my identity.) :)
The letter was so colorful and she even drew a pretty girl and even included Min Ho's (SHINee) eyes. Judy knows how much I likve Choi Min Ho! ♥
And what I was most happy about was these K-Pop stickers. ( I don't really like 2NE1 that much though and I don't know why she also got me 2NE1 stickers. But still I was thankful. lol)
It's Choi Min Ho again!! ♥
She also got me some Korean gum. lol. I'm thinking that's her favorite brand of gum and she wanted me to try them that's why she sent me some.
When I was in elementary, I don't really give gifts to my teachers because I didn't want them to give me good grades just because I shower them with gifts. But I was always amazed every time I see them carry tons of gifts on Christmas day and Teachers day. And now, it's my turn to accept gifts. :)
Students are really cute and sweet and getting gifts from them is just one of the many perks of being a teacher.