The blog is not finished! But after the Theft (yes, capital letters), the want/need to update the blog took second fiddle to dealing with the Theft and just finishing the trip sans computer. Since being home, it's been hard to get that motivation to complete it. But I will. Ever so slowly. Please be patient!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

“I see you watching me . . . “

Yes, you. Over there in your room, in front of your computer screen. I certainly hope you’re wearing pants.

Well, not that I would mind with a couple of you. You know who you are.

A couple posts ago I revealed quite a bit of myself. It was certainly cleansing to say the least. But now it is your turn, fair Readers. Time to rip off that shell of anonymity and let me know you are out there! I know you are because Google Analytics is telling me you are. So comment! My curiosity is getting the better of me.

Let me know something about you that I might not already know! Let me know who you are(first names are more than fine! I don’t need an entire profile). 

And please, feel free to comment on any of my other posts from the past or in the future. I’m a bit of a comment whore and quite enjoy feeling loved.

So go! See below this post? Where it says “Leave a comment"? This time it’s not a suggestion!

Please? And thank you!


  1. Sarah here.
    I'm going to invent a clone and a Shrink Ray so that I can leave it to teach and then sneak into your backpack. Customs won't notice me. Honest

  2. Uh oh... I'm not wearing pants. :P lol

  3. I'm learning Korean at a slower pace than I want to.


  4. I work at a cemetery & I can't wait for your adventures to begin!


  5. Hahaha, oh dear. I love this. More people need to comment!!

    @Sarah - Thanks for reading, although I'm not sure I'd have enough room in my backpack for the amount of shoes and such that more than likely will be purchased.

    @Katie - Why am I not entirely surprised that you would be pantsless? That worries me a bit :P

    @Kendra - Just think though, you probably know more Korean than most people in Canada! And besides, the most important thing you should learn is how to cuss someone out so that when you're back home you can do it in public and avoid any societal repercussions!

    @Lisa - wow. I mean. . . you have no idea how absolutely humbling it is to see someone I don't actually know reading this blog. I'm very excited to see how you and Corey's planning evolves throughout the next little while. Thanks so much for reading! And a cemetery? That pretty much takes the cake for most unique job ever!

  6. Corey, I was recently reminded by my mother about this blog of yours and have officially read everything up to this entry (I know, I'm seriously behind). I don't expect that you'd remember me, but your dad is my mom's (Phoebe Deck's) cousin... so I suppose that makes you and Megan my second cousins? You assisted me to my seat at Megan's wedding, lol, not that that helps as I'm certain that was the first time I've met you.

    ANYWAY, just letting you know that mom and I are both avid readers of your blog (although she's significantly more up to date than I am!).


  7. Hey Dayna! Yeah, I don't officially remember you but I had met so many people that day that you'll have to forgive me. It's really cool to know that so many people, family members included, are reading this. A little scary too as I tend to be a bit overly honest at times!

    Thanks for reading though!