I hope your Christmas was wonderful! My Christmas in Korea was fantabulous. I have the biggest apartment out of all my friends here in Korea, so I got the privilege of hosting Christmas at my place. Everyone brought a dish which thank goodness because there is NO way I could have cooked for 25 people in my little kitchen. We also did a Dirty Santa gift exchange. Here are some pictures from that day. Enjoy!
My little apartment…I am grateful because I actually have a living room. Most of my friends have a one-room apartment.
Check out the huge pile of coats!
Yummy, yummy food. This was SO good, and I was so glad that nobody brought Korean food. Yes, I admit it. I am not a fan of Korean food.
When in Korea, you take your shoes off and leave them at the door. That’s a lot of shoes!
Our stash of gifts…
In Korea, a big jar of peanut butter is an excellent gift.
That’s a lot of foreigners in one little apartment!
And of course you have to do a funny picture!
And now for the January currently…I am linking up with Farley at Oh’ Boy 4th Grade.
Listening – I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the movie, Pitch Perfect! If you haven’t seen it, you absolutely must. I am a sucker for a Capella singing.
Loving – Getting a package in Korea is like Christmas. Seriously. You don’t know what’s going to be in it, and opening it makes me feel like a little girl. I got 2 packages this week! Woo-hoo!
Thinking – I have this week and next week of Winter Camp, and then I have my 2 weeks of winter vacation. When teaching English in Korea, you don’t get 2 weeks off at Christmas. You actually only get Christmas day and New Years Day off. For my winter vacation, I am going to Thailand. Ready or not, here I come!
Wanting – I am missing my dogs terribly. I’ve had dogs for the past 14 years and to not have one right now is really lonely. Here are pictures of my 2 babies:
Missy is a little 7-pound diva who rules the house. She is a terrier chihuahua mix and loves to cuddle with me or her brother.
Kobe is a 3-legged dog who is my second foster failure. He is such a great dog that there was no way I was letting him go.
Needing – Since I leave for Thailand in 12 days, I need to book my hotel rooms. Agh!
Memory – I will always remember this Christmas as having a big Christmas party of 25 people in my little apartment. It was a wonderful day.
I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to see what 2014 will bring!