Thursday, December 27, 2007

Who me?

Still not dead.
Still in Korea.

Still employed.

In fact, something crazy happened. I got a promotion.
For all my hard work I was given as a reward, more hard work.

Why is that always the case? Why can’t one be rewarded with a cake or a three-day weekend or even a puppy? Why is it always a load of more work and responsibility.

But, on the upside, I got a promotion.
Don’t laugh, but I am in charge of the cooking department.

Not only do they trust me in a kitchen with pointy knifes and hot stoves but they put my in charge of making those stoves stay hot and the knifes stay pointy.

Working toward this little step up has taken much of my time lately. So much so that I have barely had a free moment to do things like sleep, clean, or tell you about the interesting events of my recent past.

Like the fact that my mother and sister are wandering somewhere around Korea even as I type. They came over for the holidays and have been spending time touring and sightseeing while I slave away at work.

Family is evil.

Or the fact that the three of us wandered down to the southern tip of Korea, Busan, for a bit of a vacation. The weather was warmer, the beaches were pretty, and the fish were everywhere.

I am currently on a train back from that area. My sister and mother are next to me playing rummy. Mom is winning, I can see her cards.

In Busan I saw many interesting things, most of which are far more interesting with visual aids.
Which I have, in the form of pictures, that will be put up shortly.
I promise.

quit looking at your mom's cards!
Hey asshole! Thanks for leaving me that information that need to apply to Korea! Are you trying to tell me something or what?
I am glad that you're vacationing and having a good time. Congrats, by the way, on your promotion...any more money in the bargain? Money is always good.
Well, until next time.JODIE..Love you.
still waiting on those pictures.......
Still waiting, still waiting, still waiting, still waiting, for pictures. Cold and rainy in Cincy today, as usual. Talked to your mom and sis. They loved Korea and still love you. However, my patience is running thin. I guess in Alaska with nothing much to do (but chew on whale blubber, and torment your little crum snatchers) your BLOG and your LOYAL READERS were a priority!! Now, that you have a LIFE in KOREA we're forgotten and the blog is an after thought. I know what the problem is. You're partying too much!! Come on, get with it. We love to here about your adventure. UM
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