Time passes as it normally does and I find myself caught in between the space that is my American self and my Korean self. (I'm not Korean, but feel I have a Korean life). So it is that these thoughts drown out the buzz in my mind. I am in a very beautiful part of the world surrounded by family, friends and familiarity yet I feel alone. This isn't meant to be depressing more I am trying to point that in Korea I feel like I have a purpose and comradeship with other foreigners. In Korea, basically, I feel like I belong to something. Out here I feel like I belong to my family and country but as an adult with independence and stability I feel lost. But I am not trying to drown you in my ideas of life in between spaces.
Let's look at what I have seen and what makes my slice of America so special.
BBQ's with Friends and Family~
I know that if it weren't for the year I have spent living in South Korea I wouldn't appreciate as much as I do this visit here in America. For Pete's sake I caught myself appreciating the traffic signal yesterday. haha