31 Days of FMF in October 2015

An entire year has passed since I accepted Kate Motaung‘s challenge to write for five minutes every day on the same topic. Last year I wrote the series titled Migrating North in which I described my experience moving from the southern hemisphere to another country in the northern hemisphere with my young family. I enjoyed the writing experience and was pleased that I had been able to keep up with the challenge.

photo (52)This year I wish to participate again and this time I will be reflecting on my teaching experience both in Johannesburg, South Africa as well as in Toronto, Canada. I will see where the prompts lead me and what memories I will uncover in this series I have titled Blackboard Scribbles. As I did last year, I have created a button which will be used for these posts. I will use this button as well as when I link up to the 31 Days challenge on Kate Motaung’s blog.

I hope you enjoy reading a little of my memoirs as I will enjoy writing them.

(If you have not read my Migrating North posts, feel free to read them by clicking on the link or on the dropdown menu found under my header)

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015

Missed a post? Click here to read all my memoirs for the series titled Blackboard Scribbles.

16 thoughts on “31 Days of FMF in October 2015

  1. Good Luck dear Colline. I read your last year’s series about your exprience from south to north. It was always so nice ro read you dear. And I really wonder now, about your teacher experience in years. I loved the title. Thank you, love, nia


  2. I was always hoping you would write another series. I really appreciated reading about your migrating experience. It’s interesting to see how moving affects people emotionally and socially. And of course also because I find South Africa a fascinating country as it has a history intertwined with that of the Dutch speaking community. I enjoyed looking forward to your daily post for a month and I know I will enjoy your new series as well since I’m interested in education too (I studied educational sciences). Kind regards out of Belgium!


  3. Colline, I remember last year’s challenge and your absorbing posts. I’m looking forward to this year’s challenge posts. I love your choice of BLACKBOARD SCRIBBLES for your challenge.


  4. I always look forward to reading what you have written Colline. You are such a great writer. Thanks for sharing it with us. 😀 ♥


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