Monday, July 26, 2010

When boring is good

I was the thinking the other day, "There is nothing new or exciting going on these days. Just same old, same old." After some more thought, I realized, this is a good thing. Sometimes it's good just to sit back and enjoy the uneventful times. I'm neither too busy nor bored. We are all well. This is a pretty decent state to be in. Although, I'm still very disappointed in Sejin's pathetic vacation time (Thurs-Sun). However, as I mentioned, that is one of the many reasons we've decided to do the immigration paperwork and move to Canada.I had a really nice weekend. It was the first weekend in a long time (maybe a month) that Grace was not sick. Seeing that she was feeling so well, I spoiled her a bit. We went to Baskin Robins for ice cream, went to the playground a few times, went splashing at Uijeongbu Station, and went "swimming" on the veranda. We even had udon last night, one of Grace's favourites. It's a bit scary watching her stuff noodles into her mouth, but at least she enjoys it. I hope I didn't overdo it, but it's so nice to watch her having fun.
There's not much more I can think of to say, but I'm going to go with it. Time to relax with some knitting after a long day of teaching.


Becky said...

Enjoy Sejin's vacation. I know I was shocked at how late hubby's co-workers would work and then don't get me started on the 3-4 nights a week dinners. He didn't have to partake because they knew he had an American wife. I do feel for Korean wives. I felt like the co-workers were more important than the wives.

Sarah said...

Yes, it's too bad. I think it puts a lot of stress on relationships here.
This doesn't really feel like a vacation....