another reluctant expat
You're going to get some disturbing results in the "how did they find my blog?" page on Blogger.Many of the Western activities I've done or taught as a teacher in Korea are ones I never did in Canada. I had my first pumpkin carving here, made my first Christmas ornament, my first Christmas gift exchange, my first Easter Egg Hunt and so on. Tomorrow I'll have my first Thanksgiving dinner, American or Canadian.
but....STUFFING IS SO DELICIOUS ;o;you shoudl just look up some recipes and give her the print-outs......it'll save you the headache. :)
Adeel -- On an only semi-related note, I find I enjoy Western holidays a lot more here. I've always been a stone-cold downer on Christmas, when it was in my face with everyone telling me how happy I should be for two months straight. Now, I quite enjoy it. Sweetkaiser.... she has a recipe already. She got it from the woman who gave her the stuffing in the first place. She just wants me to agree with her about her new knowledge on how stuffing is made, and agree that I make it the same way (although I don't make stuffing) and that I use all of the same spices in my food to make it spicy (although I've never heard of them). She's not seeking information. She's seeking comfirmation. Of what? Unsolved mystery.
hahaha.... oooh HT... your stories of hers are highly entertaining to us, but i'm pretty sure that if she was my HT, i would want to throttle her too, eheh...
Lmao, why don't you just google a receipe for her translate it and call it a day? there's plenty on food network lol
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