Officially back in korea. This is my last try with my birth family search. In jeju-do currently, but fly to seoul tomorrow morning. Literally crossing everything I've ever wanted to do and see in korea off my list with this trip!!!
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Friday, January 31, 2014
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
But as I get older I realized that I should forgive her for her words. She didn't lash out to hurt me, she was just out of her comfort zone, and I wasn't there to help her through it. What she said doesn't bother me anymore, I don't know when it happened. I just realized it's not important. We all say things we don't mean at some point in our lives.
Forgiveness is the way
to forgive is devine
so let's have a glass of wine
Anyone see this movie? Just Friends. I love this movie, so funny.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
With the help from my sister and my boyfriend, I'm trying to be more open with my feelings, swear less, and to stop worrying so much about things that I can't control.
I also recently have taken an active roll in my adoption again. But rather then focusing on the search, I'm trying to build a positive connection with other adoptees. I'm volunteering as a board member for the Association of Korean Adoptees - San Francisco (AKA-SF). Helping to rebuild that community within the Bay Area is giving me a sense of connection, become a part of something positive. More to come on this subject as the group moves forward.
So I'm going to take up writing in this blog again. But try to steer it in a more positive light. I do believe writing helps a persons mental health. And I think after some time, it'll help mine as well.
Sunday, August 5, 2012
Friday, June 22, 2012
So I met this guy and was hanging out with him, my twin sis and another friend. We were all joking around. Someone jokingly said, 'aww u bastard!' To him. His response: 'I'm not a bastard because I know my parents.'
Ouch. That one hurt. And yes he knew my sis and I are adopted. And no, he didn't realize what he said til I called his ass out. But to give him the benefit of he doubt, he didn't say it on purpose to be mean. But in the end the damage had been done.