“Teacher, teacher! We bought a dog for you!”

My students are really crazy! Last week I came to the classroom and told them I was leaving the school in a few weeks. They got really upset. I explained to them that I had been living in China for the past 10 months and I was going home very soon so they should do their best to practice their oral English as much as possible. Today, I came to the classroom and saw a …………DOG on my desk.


It was a little puppy which looked so cute! I asked my students “What is this dog doing here?” and they replied “Teacher, teacher! We bought it for you. We don’t want you to leave us. Now you have a friend. You stay in China”. I started laughing. They sounded so funny and looked so adorable. I just couldn’t believe it!


We played with the dog for a while, took some pictures together, had a class and I took it to the office. By the way, we named it JD :) :) When the teachers saw the dog they were like “Oh, it’s so cute. Oh, let’s take some pictures!”


Everything was so fun but wait a minute…. What should I do with the dog now? I told the teachers that I can’t keep it for obvious reasons. Luckily, one of the teachers said she would take the dog and give it as a present to her sister’s daughter. What a relief!


My students made my day :) What a madness!

Look at JD! Isn’t cute?

By the way, did they really think that would stop me from going home!?

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Agness Walewinder
Travel freak, vagabond, photography passionate, blogger, life enthusiast, backpacker, adventure hunter and endless energy couchsurfer living by the rule "Pack lite, travel far and live long!"
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