This definitely isn’t the best video I’ve ever made, but it’s fun. I adore my students.
and you can tell who the school clown is. Hope you enjoy it!
Madelein, Lee Ann, and I did the King Kong course at Herb Hillz in Daegu. This course ranked 3 out of 4 stars in difficulty. Those stars were well deserved.
In reviewing my pictures, the crazy high rope ladder was not the first obstacle. It was the entrance to the obstacle course. (can you sense the sarcasm?)
Rockin’ awesome. I love it. I had heard about this place not long after I arrived in Korea and have been wanting to do it ever since. I was told they had amazing zip line obstacle courses and that sounded fantastically fun. Like a Nickelodeon show for adults. Lee Ann and I thought for our joint 30th celebration that this was the perfect thing to do!
(I was frustrated about the lack of information available in English online when I was searching for information to plan this. Because of that, this blog is going to be fun and educational. Sorry to those that it may bore.)
It comes as a surprise to most people but I have actually been looking forward to my 30th birthday for quite a while. I’ve embraced it in every way possible. I was so ready to be 30. It’s not that I expected to feel any different or have any major epiphanies at this great age, I just felt like it was a good marker. The end of one chapter, and the beginning of another. I enjoyed my 20s. I actually loved my 20s, I had a blast. But now I’m ready to bury that decade, volumes 2, 3, & 4 of my life so far, back in the deep dusty corner of the library. The World According to Amy: Volume 5 is gonna rock for completely different reasons.
The birthday celebration started Thursday night, sightly after midnight when I got a call from Marisol, Madelein and a taxi driver who all sang Happy Birthday to me over the phone. Then we went to my favorite bbq place, LA Galbi, that’s right around the corner from my apartment. I go there a lot. Like 2-4 times a week a lot.
Hello. I’ve been a terrible blogger lately. Instead of going to sleep like I want to do right now, I’m staying up late and blogging to keep you updated. You can thank me later.
About 10 days ago I had acupuncture for my foot problem(s). For those unaware of my feet issues here’s the cliff noted version. In college I broke (read:shattered) my left foot/ankle with the dance team and it never healed correctly. It causes me a little pain now but really it’s not an issue. However, my last year in Orlando I caused severe damage to my right heel by sitting on it while working 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. Who knew that could mess up your feet? Well, it can. And accompanying that damage is an electric like, stabbing pain in your heel all hours of the day more than a year later. It hurts. So don’t sit on your feet, okay?
Now a year later I sit in SoKo realizing that I have to do something to fix my foot because it’s evidently not into the whole self-healing thing. I figure that a normal doctor is going to tell me to stay off my feet or he is going to do something that will likely cause me more intense stabbing pains. Pass. I found this to be a very good excuse to try acupuncture.
(Please notice that before you hit “read more” there are actual pictures of me having this done. The pictures are in no way graphic but for those with needle issues *cough*Allison*cough* you might want to think twice before hitting this link.)
Dear Caylee Marie,
I hope you know how many people around the country and world are thinking of you today. You are loved and remembered by so many millions of people that you will never have the opportunity to meet. You were a beautiful young girl that died in an extraordinarily terrible way. Your innocence, vulnerability, and sweet smile caught the attention of a nation three years ago and you have had a very special place in my heart since that day. The world may never know what happened to you and your family may never be able to move past the grief of losing their angel but I hope you, beautiful Caylee Marie, are finally at peace.