Heh. One of my co-workers will be off to Seoul tomorrow, so now everyone at work is scrambling on the Etude House website looking for stuff to buy. There are countless of Etude House stores here but nothing will be cheaper than buying them in Seoul.
So I want the Petit Bijou in Peach Touch, a Precious Mineral BB Cream #3, several eyebrow pencils… and maybe a bubble hair dye.
It’s not a Thursday, but here’s a throwback anyway.
This is me and my “baby” sister at the Hollys Coffee along Garosu-gil in Gangnam. This was winter of last year and I wanna go back to Korea agaaaaaaiiiiin. Ugh.
10 points if you can correctly guess which one is me. HA.
There’s this guy I used to date in high school and he even took me to my junior prom. We were still pretty tight even after we stopped dating and we’d hang out a lot even after college. I’ve met his entire family, extended family included. Anyway, I’m Facebook friends with his younger sister and I just found out that she’d given birth to a baby girl whom they named Tatiana, but they call her Tia for short.
That’s my nickname. Now everyone keeps commenting about Baby Tia on my Facebook news feed and it’s confusing. This is not weird at all.
LOL. Our house is in chaos. Mom’s ordering everyone to clean every freaking crevice coz our grandma (who’s from the States) is touching down tonight for a TWO-YEAR STAY in the country and she might visit the house tomorrow. The house is a mess. It’s always a mess. But it’s a new house. Like, a year old. And last year, when grandma was here and the house was new, my mom never heard the end of it when something was not in proper order. We’re trying to avoid that this time around. STRESS.
I have a 4-year-old niece who sort of likes kpop. She mostly only likes watching the really colorful and shiny music videos (i.e. Big Bang’s Fantastic Baby, 2NE1’s I Am The Best, 2PM’s I’ll Be Back, Lee Hi’s It’s Over, etc). She even sings along to Fantastic Baby in perfect gibberish. Hahaha. She once asked her mom “what does it mean when they say mallya?” Only for my sister to realize she was referring to a lyric from I Am The Best that goes “jebal nuga nal jom mallyeo."
Sometimes I wonder how hard it is for a child to differentiate languages. My niece speaks English, some Tagalog, and some Chinese (she attends a Chinese pre-school). Am I adding to her confusion by making her watch kpop m/vs? Haha.