Friday, October 30, 2009

Halloween Preparations

 Today started out feeling pretty American.  We had coffee (the first batch a little weak, the second a bit strong).  We'll have to figure out a happy medium, but it was fantastic to have it.

For lunch we decided to try making pizza with the pre-made crust mix (on the stove top).  Ian thought he added too much water, but it turned out great.  Though it's still crap by American standards, it was far better than any pizza we've had here.  The sauce we bought is a bit like cheap frozen pizza (like Totino's), but we didn't mind.


It was another crazy Halloween unit at school.  The kids seem to really love the break from their books (and the candy)!

More masks!  These boys can be pretty strange... but they had fun.

Beginner 3 kids (around 11-12 years old) and their Halloween depictions.  They weren't too stoked about standing for this picture.

Tomorrow we head to Seoul to celebrate Halloween.  I'm not posting our itinerary (we don't really have one this time around), instead I'll just fill you in after.  I will tell you that we're going to a "punk" party in a university neighborhood tomorrow night.  I believe Alena will be proud.  Also, we are hitting up Costco (if only to explore), but we're going to a different location this time.

  There's a VERY good chance that there will be no post on Saturday.  We're staying in a Hostel and there are a lot of conditions that need to be met in order for me to post (free wi-fi, coming home at a decent time, managing to pack a computer, etc.).  So, at the very least, there will be an epic post on Sunday.  My apologies, but a promise that posting gaps will be few and far between.  After all, this will be the first miss in 65 posts.

Ian the Wheel of Fortune contestant.

Me with my burglar mask giving myself cat ears.

Well, it's blood orange dot time!  Good night!


  1. It sounds like your Halloween is going to be a great time. Enjoy yourselves!

    (I'd leave the computer home so you don't have to worry about it. We can live until Sunday night for updates. Just go have fun!)

  2. Sounds like a fun time will be had in Seoul. Can't wait to hear about it. I agree leave the computer at home, just don't forget the camera.

    Blood orange dots, the candy? Those sound awesome.

  3. Robbie added them to the box, remember? They were delicious and they turned our tongues blue...