To be honest I like Japan's version (Pocky) a lot better.
Probably because it comes in a lot of different flavors and it was my first encounter of the Asian chocolate-stick candy. I can recall going to Japanese stores back home and picking out a flavor of Pocky that looked both cute and yummy. I don't recall ever seeing Pepero there.
Nevertheless, Pepero is still fun and...I guess cute. But it made the day a lot sweeter, and of course the kids were extra peppy as well.
Then came the afternoon and I went to work job hunting and also planning my vacation. Around 3:30 I headed up to the room where a Yoga instructor comes and gives a class for the teachers. But it was dreadfully cold and I closed the windows. Then the other attendees came in and proceeded to open the windows. The heater wouldn't come on and I just walked out. I didn't feel like practicing yoga in a drafty cold room. I felt bad mostly because I know I need the exercise.
After that I went back to the office and just relaxed before heading home. But outside something was brewing. Before I knew it I heard thunder and saw lightning. Indeed, there was some kind of autumn storm going on. The way home proved to be treacherous as the rain poured down and lighting flashed around me. But I was walking with my other coteacher and when we got to her apartment she offered to give me a ride home. I am so grateful!
On top of all this has been the G20 in Seoul, which I haven't really been paying attention to. Sounds like everything has been going well. I think since they have the attendees so cloistered in, all that fuss over whether Seoul was "ready" or not seems to be moot now.
The kittens are doing fine, by the way. Having two in the house has made it a lot easier! Well till next year Pepero day...
I wonder if Obama is going home with a gift basket of Pepero...haha