On Letting Go

This is a lot easier said than done. This is a lot easier said than done. This is a lot fucking easier said than done. Waiting is hard. Trying is hard. Living is hard. But somehow, someway, there's a wisp that guides me along to the end of each day. I've tried to close off …

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An Updated Personal TL:DR

Things are different now. Not in the for good kind of way. Not in the ritzy kind of way. Not even in a philosophical or spiritual kind of way. More like in an uncomfortable floating kind of way. I pertain to nothing. To no one. It's hard to smile. It's hard to see stars. It's …

michellemybelle

This post goes out to Michelle. Thanks for your wonder and care, in a place as isolated as Korea, it's heartwarming to have someone be so intrigued. It's giving me something to do aside from work. So you'd like to know about the drinks... beer is abundant and widely varied, however, I don't like beer. …

A Chuseok Weekend

As a foreigner to Korea, I'm not licensed to give a lesson on everything Chuseok, but I'll give it a whirl to the best of my ability. Chuseok is comparable to the American Thanksgiving. It is a celebration of harvest and appreciation of food. Folks wear Hanboks, eat Songpyeon, play¬†Ssireum, and dance¬†Ganggangsullae. Folks go away …