How do you solve a problem like Korea?

Things I like:

1 – today.

I came home with my head full of new and useful knowledge, and my arms full of books for my essay. I was tentatively looking forward to a weekend of essay writing, only to check my calender to find that my essay is due on friday – four days later than I thought!
I ate chips and slurpees with Sarah.
I laid on the grass and read Hebrews with Matt.

2 – the next few days.

I am looking forward to spending time with lots of friends I haven’t seen in days, and friends I haven’t seen in weeks, and friends I haven’t seen in months. yay!

3 – the next few months.

Exams aside, it’ll be lovely to celebrate so many 21sts and engagements and weddings. And look after the house and siblings while my parents are away. And finally look ahead into next year. And go on NTE. And summer and beach and catching up with friends.

4 – Matt.

He is not necessarily the 4th best thing on the list though. He wants credit for the words in the title of this post.

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Matt really looks like this:

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Once we went to Manly and we saw this sign:

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10 thoughts on “How do you solve a problem like Korea?

    1. Alison Post author

      so they are actually real!? why are they there? i mean obviously there is national park, but that was a fair distance for a bandicoot to travel if it was going to get hit by a car there.

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      1. bellarina2

        they are real, but i thought they only had signs in the North Head bush area where the endangered population remains. that’s wierd there’s one in Manly!

  1. vroni

    hey! 😉
    If you have any spare time in those slots that you’re seeing people, drop me an email (my phone went for a swim, and now it’s dead…) 😦
    xoxo

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    1. Alison Post author

      where did it go swimming this time?
      (by the way you have had a very good run of adventures with that phone, I’m glad it lasted so long!

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    1. Alison Post author

      Re: Hey

      haha. Yeah, he left it in starbucks at penrith once and then realised at the train station. He made me run back to find it. 😛 very gentlemanly

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