Sunday, June 05, 2016

When I get Home

I would like to eat a Hamburger.  Seriously. Yes, they have burgers in Korea, but they... they're not the same.  I don't even want a fancy burger at a restaurant. Just a good ol' BBQ night in the backyard.   And thinking about food, there are a number of other things I look forward to eating (parentals, please take note? I love you. Let's eat good food together) including:
  • Peanut Butter. Everyday. Next year I will make a greater effort to get some. They don't have the natural stuff at the everyday grocery stores.
  • Pasta/Spaghetti. My school cafeteria has a sad attempt at sauce. Really.  The noodles are fine, but the sauce is just... 
  • Muffins. Seriously. There is a difference between a muffin and a cupcake.  A Tim's Muffin would do, but I plan on making muffins at least once this summer.  Banana. 
  • On that note: Tim Hortons. 
  • Salsa and Chips.  Mum, let's have a salsa party. You me, and Tostitos.  Sound good?
  • Pie. All the pie. I have searched in vain for pie.  The closest I got was when I was in China and my friend Kendra set about making an adapted pumpkin pie with the ingredients and cookware we could find.  It was delicious, yes, but I really want strawberry rhubarb, or raspberry, or blueberry, or cherry.... or strawberry rhubarb.  
  • And the last big one... Mum, let's make pizza, okay?  We'll put whatever we want on it and we will most definitely NOT put corn.
That list doesn't seem too bad, right? Ça va?

Don't think that I only care for my stomach. Food isn't the only thing I am looking forward to. Haha. I can't wait to see my friends and family--and I've even had a few dreams this past week where I would be with friends from home and then I'd wake up and realize they were on the other side of the world. It was definitely a weird and sad feeling.  I still really like being in Korea, but I am excited to go home. I want to spend time with my family and visit with whoever I can find. Maybe go up the CN Tower at last, hopefully go on a camping trip, play some euchre, and hop on a bike: destination unknown.

I know the month will fly by and that before I know it I will be on my way back to Jeju.  Que sera, sera.  One day at a time.

Friends and Famjam, see you soon.

Two weeks.

Love and Hugs.

소자38 / Element 38 Café, PC: 소정

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