Well, I can’t say this is going to be an exciting entry.
As of right now, I’m still sitting in bed, nothing’s packed and I haven’t really thought much about moving. It’s pretty relaxing, I have to say. Though documenting all of this doesn’t really make a great impression of me, nor this blog. But what can i say? I really am still sitting at home.
It’s going to be a week before I leave, and honestly the hype comes and goes. Sometimes I’m excited and drag my hands down my face like “oh my god I’m actually going to [South] Korea, hasta la laters family” and other times I wonder why I’m even awake. I haven’t left the country in years, the last time was about eight years ago to China, give or take a year. And my earliest memory (and practically only memory) of being on a plane was when I threw up. I was a wee child, so I don’t know how accurate that still is despite having gone on planes after that. But a memory’s a memory and I’m sharing.
I suppose I should sound a little more enthusiastic about this trip, and talk about all the things I want to do, but I don’t want to ruin all the surprises for this blog. A little goes a long way, show don’t tell, and other miscellaneous sayings I learned in English. They all fit pretty well with the situation, and I’m going to have to write so I guess it’s appropriate. I think I’m more worried about the airport than anything, what if I lose my luggage? That would be the worst. But I guess I’d have to have a suitcase to lose first.
Crossing the bridge when I get there seems like a pretty good way to deal with these things.