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Visually Minded


Although I've always got a lot of words bouncing around in my head, I can't always say that they make that much sense.

So, in an effort to compile some information that might be a bit less scrambled, here is a snapshot (ha ha, i'm TOO funny) I've what we've been up to over the past couple of weeks.

First, there was my birthday




which included tacos


some wishes
a pinyata


and many many MANY songs sung by me



and others, when I finaly gave the mic away.







And then there was my ACTUAL birthday, which I shared with Buddha, and also meant, I got the day off.




Happy Birthday to us, big guy.

Then, there was a trip to Pohang to see some cute kids at an orphanage my friend K used to work at which included some playing



some measuring - of the length of noses that is..


and some hugs



and then an ice hockey game..








in which two foreigner friends were playing!




It included a bit of drama, when a player stormed off the ice, because he lost his glove. More likely, it was because the G-town team was KICKING THEIR ASS with the foriegn contribution and they were embarrassed to be losing.


Boo hoo, toys outta the crib, give me a lollipop.

There was some more frivolity - as there always is.







And a good time was had by all.
Been busy - yes.
Been enjoying it? Absolutely.
Next post: more tacos, a patio bar and a football tourney on the beach.


Comments

kimbirdy said…
OMG. I'm so glad I could provide so many of your visuals. We should like probably start a joint blog like in addition to our own. Like totally. Just think...the Kim/Abbey show, or Abbey/Kim show, or "Kibbey" or "Abbim" or "Kabbeyim" or "Abkimbey". OMG. Endless. Priceless. All about us-ness!!
Bill said…
bump.

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