Oh my god. She's been here for about twenty minutes and hasn't stopped prattling about senseless pointless things the entire time. I have a lot to get done today. Grams says she should've just stayed home, and it's only 8:30.
Head Teacher this morning:
There is a what do you say how do you say what is name big store kind of big store really large store kind of wholestore this kind of like America has Walmart but Korean has Homeplus but this American store really big store called something what is called oh Costco there is Costco selling bread and meat and some good prices with bread and meat like Australian meat and American meat and good price on the bread and the meat and then if there is Costco near here I go to Costco a lot and my brother he is my little brother my younger brother he have Costco card but there is no Costco hear here and I have here is very unusual card kind of wedding card wedding invitation card for my American friend is getting married he will get married he sent the card the invitation card the card for the wedding he is American so card has Korean and also it has English because he is American so he has the invitation card the wedding card this here this kind of card has the English and Korean because he is American so he has American friends so American friends speak English so this wedding card has English on it and then maybe next weekend I go to the wedding at the wedding there is offi-offici-offici-offici-- Liz, how can I say? -- offici-offici-offici-offici-offici-- "Officiator?" -- offici-officia-officia-officia-- Liz, how can I say? -- "O-FFI-CI-A-TOR." -- officiator-officiator-officiator there is kind of MC officiator officiator kind of like one of his friend to do the -- in the America they have the priest is offici-offici-officiator but Korea we separate officator and MC so MC kind of friend but he is the little bit older so maybe he should be younger but he says even I am older I am still your friend and at the wedding we sometimes we wear the hanbok hanbok kind of traditional Korean clothing so at the wedding sometimes we the Korean wear the hanbok kind of traditional but hanbok is not so comfortable kind of heavy and if you get a spot on the hanbok you have to take to the cleaner so the weekend I'll I will go to the wedding and wear the hanbok or maybe not wear the hanbok and he's American friend foreign guy getting married.