Here is the clearest picture she managed to take. The baby is lying face-down:
Here, the baby is looking at the camera. You can see what looks like a little skull:
So it was nice to know once again that everything is going smoothly. I did find out something surprising, though. I found out that I have an RH negative blood type. I guess this is common enough in the west, but in Asia, hardly anyone has negative blood types. I read that 0.1% of the population in Korea has type A- blood type. So if I ever need a transfusion, I'm going to have a tough time. My doctor told me on the way out to be careful not to get into any accidents. -- no problem!
Although I've been busy, I've been trying to get back into knitting. There's never been a better time, now that I actually have a purpose. I started with this really easy little wrap sweater. I just have to knit down to the waist, and then I'll have to go back and pick up the sleeve stitches and knit some long sleeves. Next I think I'll make some socks and booties. I'd like to make at least one afghan.
My book came in the mail! It's just book 1 of 3 of the I Can Speak English series. I will receive books 2 and 3 as they are printed. I'm surprised at how good they look. They're very colorful and cute, with a workbook and a CD. And the sticker activities are pretty cool too. It all looks quite different from the Word documents I was working on!
Finally, my new painting. I saw this painting of roses in a gallery in Insa-dong and had to have it. I decided to also have them frame it, since I knew that I would get it home and it would sit around for months before I got around to it. I love it.