Trevor Hammond is practically the king of his high school: he has good grades, good friends, and a good reputation. However, things take a turn for the worst when teens start getting picked off one by one by a maniac named Blackfist and the killer may be lurking closer than anyone realizes. (Rated PG-13 possibly for emotional thematic elements including threatening behavior, some language, intense sequences of menacing horror violence and terror, crude humor and partying - all involving teens.)
When Sara is given a teaching job in Thailand, she has no clue how she will manage until she meets Phubet her neighbor. He wants her but he doesn't know where to start with limited English proficiency so he sets out on a mission to confess his feelings in the most dramatic ways possible...
Well, I got a LOT of requests (well, four, but I've only been on here a couple days) for either language exchanges or flat out teaching someone Japanese... so here I am! I will try to do a lesson every day, although I can't guarantee (I am both married AND pregnant (and yes I got married first hahaha)), I will try my hardest. If you want to do one-on-one teaching (through private message), I am already doing it with someone, and another person requested it.
Without further ado, welcome to Learning Japanese with Stormie! Feel free to ask questions and request lessons as you read. I love teaching, and answering your questions is so fun for me!
When all else fails, words find a way. (An anthology of drabbles centered around relating relationships to the English language.)
Our Grammatical Error: We started in the middle of the page in my book; how did we end in yours?
The Patterns in Our Pitfalls: I will always remember this about us.
Define "Future": It is something I long to have with you.