I have written before about gifts my students have given me. Today is another one of those situations, but with a little twist. You see, usually the students bring things from their country. These can be folk crafts, snacks, post cards, key chains, and alcohol–yes, I saved that one for last on purpose.
In today’s case, my student brought me something from their country that they bought here. They had gone shopping to a Korean grocery store and came across Banana Kick. I mentioned this once when showing them a video of kydeanderic who are two jvloggers. In the video, Kyde and Eric are visiting Korea town in Tokyo and Kyde heaps a lot of praise on this particular snack. If you’ve watched these videos, you would take her food advice pretty seriously. She knows her stuff.
So, if you’re keeping score, that means that
- My student actually paid attention to something I said.
- My student remembered something I said.
- My student thought of me when they were shopping for food–if I am shopping for food, I am most likely thinking about myself and my grumbling stomach.
- My student wanted to do something nice for me.
All in all, a pretty easy choice for Today’s Perfect Moment.
By the way, I have always found banana to be a hard flavour to replicate without tasting like chemicals. While I cannot say there was no taste of chemicals, at the very least, this did actually taste like bananas. The students disagreed. I had to fail them for that.