|Mom wanted a picture of the other jewelry boxes, so I decided to share.|
Speaking of blog I'm getting a ton of hits lately! People seem to really like reading about my experiences here in Korea! I'm glad everyone is as excited about reading this as I am about sharing!
Another thing I do want to address is my use of jump breaks. I apologize to those of you that dislike jump breaks. I didn't like them either until I realized that I couldn't tell what specific blog posts of mine people were interested in. If I don't do the break jumps someone will go in and read whatever post they're interested in from my home page, and that's all I'll know. Somebody visited my home page, but I don't know whether they stayed and read what I had to say or immediately left the site for other, better blogs :) The jump breaks are more to help me see what I should write more about than to attempt to inconvenience you, I promise.
As you can see in the picture above, I decided to go ahead and share the other things I got from the jewelry box vendor. While talking to Mom I had mentioned that I picked up some things for her and my sister, and she really wanted a picture. So I whipped out the fancy shmancy camera and took the picture, and Mom says both her and Rachel like what they see! Yay! I'm such a good gift-getter!
After Michael and I established that we were most likely not going to go to the museum, he tried to lay down and take a nap. I took a Lush bath, making sure to make my water extra hot so I could really soak in the tub for a while. I spent that time watching a bunch of beauty videos on YouTube and reading some more blogs that I've stumbled across. The bubbles were long gone from the bath by the time I got out, but I felt nice and relaxed!
For supper Michael boiled the whole chicken we bought a couple days ago. Then, we de-boned the chicken and added in potatoes, peppers, onions, and mushrooms. Let me tell you. Authentic, fresh chicken broth is amazing. It's so delicious. So flavorful. So succulent. The chicken fell apart as we scooped it into our mouths. The potatoes were just the perfect amount of squishy - they waited until they hit our mouths to fall apart. The mushrooms were nice and soft. The onions added just a little flavor and crunch. The peppers.... well, I don't like those so I guess they were okay LOL. We added the soup in with some rice to round out our meal and chowed down. I know, eating out of Tupperware is just so fancy. I wish our household goods would arrive already. I miss my ceramic bowls and plates.
After supper we talked for a little and then I got ready for bed. Michael stayed up all night to try and force his sleep schedule back to night shift appropriate times. He was getting ready for bed when I woke up and got ready for the day. I'm still dealing with the same grogginess I had yesterday, so I may ask Michael to come out with me on some sort of urban hike whenever he wakes up. Besides that I will probably try to put away/take pictures of the Lush I got in our outing the day before. Oh! I'll also read, since I have a pile of books I need to start working on. Yay!!!
Is jet lag really supposed to be this bad, or am I just a big ol' wimp?