Friday, September 10, 2010

Korean anti-weight loss plan

Step 1- find ways around as many of the hills as possible. Elevators are allowed.

Step 2- find as many Dunkin Donuts as possible. Try different donuts out, frequently, so as to find new favorites. The donuts here are different than in the States, so you have to start all over from there. (Continue to avoid the ones containing Kimchi, soybeans, tofu, sweet potato, and whole wheat.)

Step 3- find as many Starbucks as possible. Discover that they do, indeed, have the Venti size. It's just not advertised on the board.

Step 4- become addicted to Korean Coca-Cola.


Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Where are you?

Or: Why don't you blog more?
Or: Why don't you e-mail more?
Or: Why don't you call more?
Or: Why isn't your house completely put together and clean yet?
Or: What in the world do you do all day?

Well, we walk somewhere every day. At least once a day. Usually more.

We color. On everything and everything.

I try to get some sewing in- making curtains for our room, the living room, and the nursery.

Then there's cooking.

Or eating out. Meat is really really really expensive here, and it is cheaper for us to eat out and eat meat then.

We go on train rides. And hang out at the train station and wait for the trains to ride on.

Little people fall and bonk their noggins.

Little people figure out how to play in the toilet and decide that it is loads of good fun that is funny.

And all that is just the tip of the iceberg.

....Gee, what do I do all day?