I met up with 3 chingoos this Saturday to go to the Nagan Cultural Festival. Julie, Morgan, Syd and I had a great time! The colors were so vibrant! I loved it.
It was so fun and easy to get wonderful pics.
Take a look.
Can you please tell me where my taxes are going when I still have to pay $50 bucks for a notary overseas? You gotta be kidding me. Why? A Notary cost ten bucks back home. Why does it cost five times as much at my own embassy? That my taxes built? Somebody please make me understand.
I love living outside of the big cities in this country because I am able to live so close to nature.
It is time to harvest rice right now and I love seeing the beauty of this earth. I met a farmer couple today, ages 75 and 70. They were so sweet. I saw them harvesting in the morning from the bus, on my way to my country school. So at lunchtime I walked back over there with Jinah to take some pictures. It is amazing to see where our food really comes from. It comes from the blood, sweat and tears of our wonderful farmers.
This is me contemplating what path I will choose post-Korea. I must decide what is the best path to take for my next chapter. The water soothes me and opens my mind. I wish I was a fish and the current would take me down stream. It would carry me, without thought, to my next destination. (Unless I get eaten. LOL.)
I got this chocolate as a gift this weekend. I did not even know this type existed! Yummmmm! Well my 5th grade stalkers came to visit me demanding candy. Usually I spoil them. I will make them spell two words from their workbook correctly before I give them a treat. Well, today they volunteered to perform for their candy. I could not resist their cuteness! What can I say? Their cuteness is price enough.
I picked up my new camera this past weekend and have taken some great shots so far. Crystal clear. Taking pictures makes me so happy. I forget about everything and just focus on getting a gorgeous shots.