I lived in Busan, South Korea three different times, for a total of four years. It’s the most I’ve ever lived in one place since I was seventeen. And that makes Korea close to my heart. There is so much I love and miss about South Korea- the Kimbap Chunguk’s (a small chain restaurant with … More Koreatown, Toronto
I don’t normally spend a lot of time in North America. I grew up in the US, but rarely stay for very long each time I come back. Because I move so often, from country to country, city to city, I don’t have many roots in one place. My roots are my people. The people … More Traveling to Canada in 2021
I grew up in Lafayette, Colorado, a small-medium sized town in the east of Boulder County, and according to my friends and me- a very uncool town. Lafayette was like the lame little sister to Louisville, the next town over, who always wanted to tag along. When Louisville started becoming more hip and was voted … More LAFAYETTE, COLORADO BREWERY TOUR
Last time I wrote about the cons of living in the United States, so this week it’s only fair I wrote about the pros. Having been back in the US now for one month, these are the things I am enjoying, and remembering that I enjoy. UNDERSTANDING EVERYTHING I mentioned this same topic in the … More Pros of Living in the US
The first time I went to live abroad, I was 20 years old, doing a semester program in Seville, Spain. After five and a half months abroad, things were different coming back. I noticed I used different vocabulary, like “child” instead of the “kid” I would normally use. I was translating back into English from … More Cons of Returning to the US
Boulder is flooding. “Flash Flood Imminent, get to higher ground” warnings the past 4 days in a row. Sirens, rushing waters, rain without end. Businesses closed, CU closed, work canceled. Last night we let displaced evacuated strangers sleep in our living room. This morning they made it back home, but returned with a box of … More Boulder Under Water
Intriguing, right? It kind of makes you want to see who’s behind this act of brilliance, right? So I did. So here’s Claire. I think she’s a part time nudist.
One night. One light. Long exposure. Railroad tracks. One of my last nights in this country. I’m happy.
This is what Pearl Street in the summer brings. I’m getting the feeling that bucket drumming busking is the new mullet. “Re fashion” as they might say in Buenos Aires.
Everybody’s sneezing. This is why. This is not snow in June. It’s cotton. A lot of it. Covering the sidewalks, painting the air.