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... before. They always tell me they love me and draw pictures of me in their little notebooks, and give me candy and gum! We are starting to get busy again outside work too, and I have something planned for every weekend until we leave almost! The realization that we are leaving in four months has both Logan and I a bit uneasy about leaving before we see everything we wanted to...adventure time is in full effect! The town seems to even be in adventure time! Yesterday I awoke to ...
... It cost just 13,000 KRW (13 AUD) to enter, and upon entry you are issued with a bracelet that holds your locker key and collects any additional charges you incur. There is a locker for your shoes right at the entry way, then another larger locker for your other stuff in the main change room. The idea is basically that you strip down to your birthday suit and then go clean yourself with either your products or the ones ...
... life we had a long time ago. Maybe we just create them and wing it as we move along. (That last option doesn't sound as fancy...)
Whatever the case, writing wasn't always my dream. In fact, my writing has taken a serious downward turn within the last couple of months, in terms of quantifiable posts and/or pages. Usually I sit down and focus, truly focus on the messages I want to convey when I write. Sounds ...
... reason, but we smiled our way through it! We then took another long metro to the bus terminal and realised by now just how massive and sprawling the city was, with 3.6 million residents. It was 10pm by the time we reached the terminal and we then had to join the long queue waiting for the next bus to Gyeongju. We managed to get on the second bus which departed at 11pm and got us into an oddly quiet Gyeongju stop by midnight. We were fully aware ...
... was my queue to start crying. Yep, all of a sudden my world went fuzzy and big hot tears started rolling down my face. Right there in the intimate setting of this mediocre restaurant. I mean, it’s not like we stick out enough, I should probably cry to attract more attention. Thank God we were nearing the end of the meal rather than having just ordered our food. Jess quickly paid and back to the motel we went.
Jess was the bomb.com ...