Tuesday, September 23, 2008

The Real Life

Well I finally feel like I am falling back into the swing of things after my sabbatical in Vietnam. I am not incredably exhausted everyday. Anyway so I have been going out for walks and jogs, again. While I was out I saw the neatest looking game. It was a form of golf. It was longer than a put-put or mini golf course but smaller than a par-3 course. The game was played with really big golf balls similar in size to cue balls (the ones you play pool with) and these mallet looking clubs. The clubs were like a "hybrid" of a putter and a driver. I didn't have my camera with me or I would've taken pictures...I plan to play before it gets cold, I will definitly get pics then ;)

Tonight I plan to go to this new bar that no one at my school has been to yet. It is called Chicago Bar, I have no idea what it is all about but we are about to find out!

Also, I have another vacation coming up. October 3rd is another like independence day or liberation day or something. Anway we have a 3 day weekend. I met a couple of girls from another school and the 4 of us are going to Busan for the vacation. It is another big city on the other side of the country, which is a 3 hour train ride away. There is supposed to be beaches and awesome sushi and good sights to see. Just something exciting that I am looking forward to that we finalized the plans for today. I feel like I just got back from vacation and now I am going on another one. But I know there will be a long stretch from the end of that vacation until Christmas so I am going anyway... That is pretty much it for now!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you do any work? :-P
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Amanda Lenz said...

Erica, no not really, yet...We have a lot of breaks before Christmas break than like no breaks before Summer Vacation (keep in mind that summer break is only a week long too). But while I am at work it doesn't feel like work either. I know this is going to sound incredibly sick but I love the kids and most days are a joy to get to spend time with them.

Anonymous said...

I think maybe I could deal with Korean kids. They're so much cuter than ours! E

Amanda Lenz said...

Erica, I agree, you would like them. You can meet them when you ocme over ;)