Tuesday, June 29, 2010

She sells seashells

This woman was on the beach in Busan. A traditional Hanbok and tennis shoes. On the beach. Love.

This summer has already been filled with amazing things. Summer goes quickly after the 4th of July (which I honestly almost forgot about...). Still 4 weeks till vacation!

currently listening to: The Dress Looks Nice on You, Sufjan Stevens.

Saturday, June 26, 2010


We took a field trip to a local Korean War museum.

How do you explain war to kids?

currently listening to: Hey Ya (acoustic cover), Matt Weddle.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

A born star

My amazing friend Wayne is competing for his own show on Oprah's new network. He needs all the votes he can get! He puts his heart and soul into everything he does which I admire more than anything. This project is no different for him. He deserves his show and will do great things!

Click on the link to vote!

Good luck Wayne! Love you!

Monday, June 14, 2010

Soccer and goodbyes

Korea is taking the World Cup very seriously, as they do with any competitive activity (reading, writing, testing, skating, etc.). I didn't realize how amazing it would be to watch the Korea VS. Greece game surrounded by Koreans. Every little movement on the screen evoked gasps and cries. People blocked the streets and stopped traffic in order to get a glimpse of the Tvs showing the game all over the city. We stood outside of a bar and watched from the street.

On a sad note, this weekend we had to say goodbye to Lisa. She insisted on going back to Denver. We sent her off in style.

currently listening to: Crosses, Jose Gonzalez.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

dark rooms

Goodbye, originally uploaded by Mr&Mrs Suhaimi.

I miss using film. My poor TLR is in a box (or possibly being used as a decorative item in my sister's apartment...). I would love to dig up an old TLR here and turn my bathroom into a darkroom on Sundays. There are few places in this world that are more relaxing than the darkroom. Meanwhile, I am using my digital and learning to appreciate it for what it is. But, it isn't film.