Ok, so I’ll be flying home for 2 weeks in January from the 14th to the 28th.
Sorry things have been quiet, ‘stuff’ has been going on :) We are moving as my wife has a new contract starting in March. So it’s packing all kinds of things. I still have my Makerspace to finish packing things up and ship back down this way. This weekend should finish that all up. Then there is packing our place here, take a trip home and come back to make sure everything is packed for the move. Still don’t know how we are gong to actually move just yet but that will get sorted out in Feb. No big deal really.
Not terribly looking forward to seeing all the snow back home given that our temps here are hitting high-single digits this week and not a flake of snow. Warmest, Christmas, Ever. Love it!
I like to take pictures of things I see here. Easy to do with the plethora of technology available to everyone. And since no one picture is an entire post to itself, allow me to share this month’s group of pics.
First, winter sucks.
It doesn’t master where you are in the world, of you get snowed in, it is a bad day. After hearing how bad North America just got hit recently, I don’t feel so bad being here. Still, -20 weather (even for a day or two) sucks.
What happens when you move and there doesn’t seem to be a mail forwarding system here?
Korea has one of the best and cheapest mailing systems I have ever experienced. It is simply ridiculously cheap and fast to mail things around this country. Heck, I’m not sure how they do it but even sending from here back to Canada is pretty damn quick. Still, there are times where someone moves out, or maybe just plainly ignores his mailbox, and you get the above picture as a result. I wonder what happens when you simply can’t physically fit any more into that little box?