I never used to have a problem with Mondays. But, here, I find them difficult to endure. Every week I feel as though I am starting over. It's a crummy feeling, but I'm sure it will eventually go away. I'm especially tired today and I'm worried that my body my be fighting off a virus again. Kids + Korean social behavior are hard on my immune system, I think. I'll just keep downing the little vitamin drinks.
On a humorous note, Ian used "I drink your milkshake!" as a tongue twister today. He had them do it with the proper Daniel Day Lewis inflection and all. I wish it was on tape.
Chun wha hasn't emailed me back about 072air.com (the Korean-only website we want to use for cheap tickets to Japan). She wasn't at work for very long today and she didn't talk to me about anything. I think she might be blowing us off, so, we may not have her help. We'll see what happens next. Our Korean coworkers don't respond to emails in anything close to a timely manner and any time they don't want to deal with us they just tell us they don't understand. It's a bit isolating.
We got notification of a package today. We were going to run errands tomorrow anyway since we have a meeting with Julia at 11. We'll be sending a test note home to see how long it takes to get there.
We won't be online for too long tomorrow morning, but our goal is to get up at 7 to deal with student loan business. Good times. I hope we can get at least some of it squared away.
Can anyone tell me where I can watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade online? I'd like to stream it live from the EST time zone if possible. I read somewhere that it is available, but I haven't had a lot of luck finding info. Any help is appreciated.
Wish us luck with our meeting tomorrow, she wants us there at 11, which usually means she feels she has a lot to say. Good night!