It’s been a while since the last post… the last month has been me saying goodbye to everyone in Andong, saying hello to everyone in America, saying goodbye to everyone in America, saying hello to everyone in Seoul, and cleaning out my apartment from the last tenant who thought he would be nice and leave me lots of his belongings (I don’t know how he knew that moving heavy furniture was one of my favorite hobbies! YAY!).
That being said, almost everything has been great (aside from the heavy furniture and pubic hair in the shower drain bit).
Leaving Andong was sad and wonderful. The kids made me feel like a much better teacher and person than I actually am.
And when I arrived in America… well, I’m sick of saying the word great, but it was great. My family, my friends, my long-lost crushes…
Also, for the first time I can remember, I had no desire to move to Nashville. Usually, when I visit my parents and friends in Nashville I get quite sad and try to figure out ways to move there. But this year, that did not happen.
I suppose that’s because I’m happy in Korea.
Dinner with the grandparents (the biscuits are probably my all-time favorite food).
While waiting for my Korean visa, my friend and I visited the Georgia Aquarium.
And… I was super-excited to get to see the Chihuly exhibit at Cheekwood in Nashville. I loved it.