Monthly Archives: September 2010

exploring.

Some days I wake up in the morning with what can best be described as a ravenous hunger, not for physical sustenance, rather to see and experience something new and beautiful. A lazy afternoon at Barnes and Nobles perusing photography, … Continue reading

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relaxing.

I am an Organizer. I own (and regularly use) a daily planner. I make lists: shopping lists, life-goal lists, lists of things to do. I enjoy structure, I crave order, and logic dictates most of my decisions. Therefore, when I … Continue reading

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questioning.

While riding the subway today, on my way from Uijeongbu to Itaewon for some delicious brunch, I had the strangest, most frightening encounter of my entire time in Korea thus far. Garret and I noticed a Korean woman sitting directly … Continue reading

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adjusting.

Have you ever heard anyone talk about “The Bubble”? Perhaps you know someone who has studied or lived abroad, or maybe you have even experienced “The Bubble” yourself. For those of you who have not, I will try to explain … Continue reading

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change.

I have been thinking about writing this update all week. What should I write about? How can I make it entertaining without losing a sense of thoughtfulness and honesty? What can I do to make it creative and original? I … Continue reading

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