Goodbye party to us last Saturday. My wonderful friend, Shadia offered her home to us and I couldn’t be more grateful. I wish I could take her to LA with me. Other than my maid of honor, I don’t think I’ve met someone as amazing as she.
Kyle finally got to meet Pauline!
It started out okay…
… and then a sudden fit. He started crying/shrieking for 15 minutes or so. We have no idea what spurred it on.
Busted out my travel size Korean soju that I’ve been saving since July. Everyone loved it. They were more amazed that it looked like a kiddie juice box. Stick a straw in it and no one would be the wiser! I think this was made for travel but it is perfectly legal to drink in public in Korea. And no need to hide the alcoholic beverage in a brown paper bag either!
Check out Black Out Korea for embarrassing, hilarious, appalling, wtf pictures of Korean citizens drunk and passed the eff out.
Lots of food and drinks were had. I don’t think I drank that much vodka since… last year! It’s funny. I thought I would have drank more often after I stopped breastfeeding but that wasn’t the case at all. I realize I don’t miss the next day’s results of drinking excessively: splitting headache, still tasting the alcohol on your breath and the uncontrollable craving to eat all the fatty food in sight. Let’s just say that I zipped on over to McDonald’s after this night. No more!
- Soju “juice boxes”: : The must-have Korean travel item (team-yellow.com)
- Soju 소주 (dinkchronicles.wordpress.com)