Saturday, May 8, 2010

Turns out

Dear Eliza, or Via,

You must be surprised at me, because I'm writing to you even though I said I would have died yesterday.
Ha ha.
Turns out that my parents weren't that unreasonable. Well, my dad, at least.

I had been expecting to get my Ipod confiscated, everything in my formal USB erased, a thorough check of my text books, notebooks and folders(not that I have anything in them, of course), not able to attend this week's orchestra, not able to go to Susan's birthday party, and things like this.

The actual result was only my Ipod being confiscated.

I can go to Susan's birthday party, go to orchestra, and so on, so I 'm quite happy now.
My sister also got her Ipod confiscated, so I think it's pretty fair.
I rarely listen to my Ipod anyways so it's a loss, but not a BIG, or HUGE loss that could kill me or anything.

I believe our family's going to go out and eat in a Jjajangmyeoun restaurant.
I show you a picture of it:

Looks delicious, doesn't it?
If you don't know this, your not a Korean.^-^
I already hungry thinking about it.
And maybe I'll get a hair cut.

I'm so glad that everything has turned out well.
Today's going to be a great day!^ㅁ^


Anonymous said...

I'm so glad to hear you're still existing!!!!kkkkk

Also, I'm happy with you can go to S's bday party!!!!

him nae!!!

Alisha Stafford Feitosa said...

I'm also very happy that you're still existing.

And I'm not exactly sure what's in your picture, so I guess that means I'm not Korean (glad we could solve that once and for all). ;) It looks pretty good, though. If it's vegetarian, I'd try it.