Saturday, June 11, 2011

Still Alive

Not quite a Portal reference (okay, it was), but just a quick post here to let you all know I'm still alive. It's just been a bit hectic lately. Every time I've sat down to write a new blog post, I've either been stumped as to where I should begin, or just so cripplingly homesick and stressed that everything comes out as a long-winded whinefest. So, now I've put off posting for about two months.

I'm not sure I'm up for writing a full post even now, but I figured I should give you guys a preview of what I'm meant to be writing.

So, in our next episode(s?) of Hold the Kimchee:

-I will post about the cherry blossoms, pictures included!
-I will post an outline and photos of my boyfriend Chris' visit to Korea.
-I will post various other random photos I've taken lately and the stories that go with them. I don't even remember everything that's happened lately offhand, but the pictures and videos will jog my memory.
-I will discuss fainting and associated problems.
-I will give a shout out to my new friends.

And that should get me caught up. I intend to get this blog post up by next weekend. Because other stuff will be happening next weekend, so I'll want to blog about that as well.

All right, I think that's all I've got steam to write for now, so signing off.




  1. I'm looking forward to it as well! Though I hope you're okay :o fainting is generally not an excellent sign.

  2. Glad you're alive, worried about the fainting and associated problems though!!!!

  3. Being stressed out as a teacher? I never would have guessed! From one to another, my concerned sympathies. Teaching looks easy, until you do it. Hang in there. From one former overseas teacher to a current one, homesickness is worst about half way through your experience and after loved ones leave. My hope for you is that you find ways to make the most out of your experience, crazy teaching and stress included. <3 from MN