It was the first big dump of snow this winter, today, at least in Bucheon.
I didn’t see much snow in Seoul, though.
Lime wrote some kind of exam. Apparently every intern in half of Seoul, Incheon, Bucheon, etc. was in the same place, writing the same test. We met for coffee and…
Then we had some pho after. It comes with hot Jasmine tea.
There’s a good little pho place in Hongik, where we sometimes go. I hope she won’t mind me posting this pic, as it’s blurry. But she might.
Then we wandered around, and finally had dinner near the hospital where she’s working, and then I caught the train home.
On the way, I picked up a couple of new books: this holiday is totalitarian leader holiday, it looks like.
I also did some editing by hand of some of my stories. Mostly just worked on Ogallala. I’ve rediscovered just how useful it is to print stuff for editing. I fooled myself into thinking that editing onscreen is just as good, but obviously, it just isn’t. I should be finishing my redraft of Ogallala tonight. Then, tomorrow, I’ll start grading my huge piles of essays and “form mastery project” packages.
It’s going to be a long, long week.