Tuesday, September 4, 2007

The weather here is dreadful...

I mean, the temperature is great, but I feel like I'm in one of those songs about London where the rain never lets up. Sheesh. I've heard people complaining that this has been one of the rainiest summers in Korea. Let's hope that's true.

I also have awesome plans to go to Busan on Sunday to see an International Surf Festival (hee hee), so the rain better let up soon so I can go and take pretty pictures of all the cool stuff I'm doing. (Don't you want to see pictures?)

Rain during the day makes everything about life seem like its in some kind of drizzly fog. It's kinda cool for a day or two here and there--or for the random thunderstorms that roll in the afternoon and out by early evening. But this constant drip, drip, drip like the sky's leaky faucet you can't turn off wears on you after a bit. All I want to do is sleep and read.

So, in the meantime, I'm getting caught up on all that sleep and pleasure reading I've missed out on for the last 26 years of my life and that's pretty awesome. I hope today is the day we set up my Korean bank account and that I can figure out where I can take a taekwondo class, since those are things that would be pretty cool to have done.

Haha--martial artist Diana! Woo hoo!


  1. O.K., I was thinking of wrestling with you but if you're going to do the taekwondo thing maybe I shouldn't :) Be sure to post pictures when you start flipping people(or am I thinking of judo?).

    I enjoy your blog...hoping for at least another 100 posts.

    Best wishes.

  2. I don't think TKD is about the flipping people.

    I don't know a whole lot about the different martial arts. I'm picking TKD 'cause it's present in Korea like little league is in the US. I want to learn more and have fun getting beat up while working out.

  3. It's funny, we have the same weather patterns here. We'll get afternoon/evening thunder and lightening storms. We rarely have drizzly days, though.



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