"I’m convinced that tragedy wants to harden us, and that our mission is to never let it. I guess I’m learning, little by little, that we decide what our lives are going to be. Things happen to us but it’s our reactions that matter.”
- Sally, on Felicity
i have this weird liking to taking photos of people's backside.
that is my sister up there, from her last visit.
while exploring the little streets of downtown toronto.
every time she leaves for london, i consider hopping on a plane with her spontaneously.
a little pictorial exploration of our local korean market. aka the hangook shikpoom.
above, are two traditional korean desserts.
ho dduk (sweet korean pancakes) and boong uh bbang (a red bean filled pastry).
street food type of things. korea's street food is so good.
hope you all had a lovely easter weekend.
today, i was able to have a sit-down, relaxed, slow breakfast at home.
a paced down morning meal with many different spreads laid out for my toast.
a luxury i never have. as i'm always a robot in the morning.
waking up just. in. time. to make it on time. terrible habit.
i think i need to stop doing that. and start having more relaxed mornings.
because they're so nice.