these pics are not related to an asian invasion. although mia does look kind of extra asian in the last one… not just cause she kind of looks like a sumo wrestler… or maybe that’s what it is… anyhoo, they are pictures of mia and her friend Bree hanging out together last saturday while Bree’s mama went to a baby shower. bree is 4 months older than mia, even though they look like they are the same size in the pictures. they played so cutely together. it was sweet.
anyhoo, chris and i are sitting here, at 11:30pm, watching the last episode of our korean drama. it’s called ‘coffee prince’ and it’s basically a modern day ‘yentl’ (a movie with barbara streisand who pretends to be a boy so that she can further study the torah. ok. it’s not a modern day yentl at all. but there is a girl who pretends to be a boy in it…) i love hanging out with my husband SO MUCH and we have lots of fun doing all kinds of things, but i really really love watching korean dramas with him. i don’t know what we are going to do when this one finishes in 10 minutes…
on another absolutely unrelated note, lindsay and her kids were over for dinner last week. maybe it was the week before. anyhoo, my nephew corban is a rice monster. that kid put away 3 helpings of rice while all the other kids struggled to put away 1. the key to his success is soy sauce. lindsay said she came in to the kitchen one day to find corban shaking the last drops of soy sauce, straight up from the bottle, into his mouth. crazy monster! lindsay says he doesn’t eat that much rice at home, even though she tells corban that it is the same rice that i make. then she said the most ridiculously hilarious thing- “maybe he will marry an asian lady someday. just like his uncle!”
i love our family. so much! or as real koreans would say: “so much-ee!”