Life has given me lemonade, to share with the world
To my younger sister, Sarah! @sarahlovesteaa #nationalsiblingsday
(Today) While riding the subway across the Hangang bridge, I looked out the window and saw the view of Seoul. The lights lit up, the hustle & bustle, and the Koreans sifting through their smartphones beside me.
I had a 30 second reality check- which was basically these words repeating through my mind (over & over again): “Whoah… I’m in Seoul.”
Its been around 7 weeks living in Seoul, and it feels so strange. I feel like I’ve never left Korea. I feel like, this is home — but at the same time its not. I feel like my life is so weird at times, spending my life in different locations at different times. Weird.
Overall, I’m so glad I’m here. From everything that’s been happening in these past 7 weeks, my only response is utter gratitude. Thank you Lord. A longer “Korea” update to come…
3 Awesome events from today:
1) After 4 weeks of going back and forth to Suwon, I finally got my Korean passport! #officiallyDualCitizen. Big thanks to my Aunt for all her help! #Notatouristanymore!
2) Had dinner with the CEO of BCM Educational Group— one of the most established and largest language/educational corporation in Korea. Learned so much and mad inspired! He’s so legit!
3) Discovered the most Legit Mexican Restaurant in Seoul. Hands Down. Best carne asada fries and tacos! #Vatos #BcmEducationalGroup #itaewon (at Vatos - Itaewon)