Starfield is Korea’s first shopping center that allows PETS into the mall itself. It reminded me of the shopping malls back at home. It’s big, spacious and it literally has everything. Lots of different foods to try and a wide variety of stores. It even has a sports adventure place for adults, a spa+JJIM JIL BANG (really big) called Aquafield and kids play park. It also has e-mart Traders
Yeap. It happened. The day I turned thirty five. Every year, my birthday seemed to pass without worry or any complicated thoughts of getting old. Nothing really made me feel old. Nothing (except the kids) really put my daily routine and my life into a “OMG I’m getting old” kind of phase. I liked becoming a year older. I liked being in my thirties and I loved turning thirty. It made
I’ve always loved plants. Any kind of plant. I love trees and I love fruit trees even more. I also love flowers and plants that have a unique look. I told Kaden that I wanted a small garden on the balcony, once we settled into the new place. Kaden said he’d order some fake grass to make it look nice for me and he did. We wanted to get some
So this is a view of the typical Korean-modernized A.K.A. new apartment living room view.
Ever since we moved here, it’s been a crazy schedule. We all seem to get up earlier than before (which is just way way way~ too early). And we all seem to want to keep everything clean. Probably cause it’s a newly built house. Kaden helps around the house more, the kids are very happy cause there’s a playground right in front of the entrance to our condo building.
We have finally moved. To a condo. Newly built. However, we’re on the 36th floor. So high up that I don’t know if it’s raining outside or if it’s hot outside. Right now it’s supposed to be about 24 degrees in Seoul cause of the rain, but at our house.. it feels like it’s about 10 degrees. We still have so much organizing and cleaning to do. But with three