Sunday, May 31, 2009

In Brief

What my blog would have said recently if I had twitter. Which I don't. And won't. Just saying...

I just got finished watching "Lars and the Real Girl." It's a damn funny movie.

I've stepped up the workouts -- feelin pretty good.

I think I'm going to splurge and buy some real ground beef (even though it's absurdly expensive) so that I can make myself a hamburger.

I'm almost finished with Unit 3 on my Korean thing. Only 1 more to go and then on to Level 2! Whoo-ee!

Things I can say in Korean now: I came over to visit my friends. I'm wearing a red winter hat. This milk smells bad.

Going to a Korean baseball game in June -- LG Twins vs. Samsung Lions! Summer's here, with the crack of the bat, smack of the mitt, beer and peanuts and hot dogs!

I can't believe the Cavs lost to Orlando. Bron-bron ain't arrived yet, is all I gotta say...

The post from last Monday, about Yeoju and all... yeah -- that was a date! And it was really good. And we're going out again this week. And I'm really excited! And I'm giggling like a schoolgirl...

I mostly just didn't want to finish the month with single-digit posts... so this is my half-assed effort to avoid that. It's finished now, don't worry.

I will, however, be posting soon about some fun Korean culture facts. I promise. I'm just doing a bit of research, which I'm a bit out of practice on, not to mention lazy... so yeah. Till next time. =)


Anonymous said...

Yeah, I'm looking forward to baseball too. And it's not that LeBron hasn't arrived yet, it's that he arrived about 2 years ahead of the rest of the team.

Anonymous said...

Did you catch the Nadal match yesterday?

Sean said...

yeah, frank, i kind of agree with you on that one. that felt like jordan's 89-90 bulls. not quite there, but you know it's gonna happen sooner or later.

and momma (at least, i'm assuming that's who asked about nadal) -- no, i sure didn't. i couldn't believe it when i read that! i did just finish watching federer come back from 2 sets to love down and absolutely demolish tommy haas in the last 3 sets though. that was fun! :) i sure hope he can take advantage of the tennis gods smiling on him and getting that spaniard out the way. we'll see, i guess.

emily said...

There will be beer at the baseball game, but you better start visualizing some Korean snackies. Think squid and roast potatoes with sugar (not as bad as it sounds).

They're fun, at least they were in Busan. If you can manage it, try to sit along the first base line, it's the home side. Bring some newspapers to make shakers.