Wednesday, August 26, 2009

I'm Baaaaack

The boys are back in town!  Except not boys, girls.  And not girls, just me.  But that song is the official getting back to your hometown song and the theme music in my head, okay?!

I'm awake at 5:45 AM--  which is like the opposite of jet lag because normally I would be trying to fall asleep right now in Korea.

I think I might keep posting from here the next few days (and then I'll be over here, unless I give up blogging-- we'll see), only if I notice some strange happening in reverse culture shock.  So far, the weirdest thing is being able to understand all the people taking around me.  People talk about stupid stuff in public, I forgot.   And money looks really cool.  By far the strangest thing is that I really feel I was gone a weekend.  3 days max.  

I don't know what to do first! If I do anything cool I'll let you know! (umm going to Henry's and getting yogurt pretzels is my idea of cool).


YAY America!



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Hapi said...

hello... hapi blogging... have a nice day! just visiting here....

Jackie said...

Do you have any posts (or would you write one) on American stuff you missed while in Korea. I am an ex-ESL teacher, and I eventually want to go back. I never listed out the things I missed from home, because at the time they all seemed so obvious--stuff I could never forget. But now, a couple of years later, I'm regretting that! What things did you miss while you were in Korea (what stuff from home would you try to take if you did it again?) Thanks!!

Ashley said...

Hi there! Most of the things I missed were food related see: http://ahartinseoul.blogspot.com/2009/08/food-porn.html?m=0 And then all the things you can't pack like friends and family, favorite beaches and restaurants from home.