Day 155

Tuesday | July 31st, 2012

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One more day to go of going through the motions of waiting and holding my hands over my ears when Meow wants to talk about a someday house that is only a day’s reach. One more day of sitting stuff. One more day of this holding.

We braved a sky of scattered and sometimes desolate cotton-puffs to perform one last task to be ready for tomorrow. Going downtown, we walked in the low shadows of houses, buildings, shrubs, and poles to not burn. I wished I had a sun umbrella like so many Korean women do. I contemplated hijacking one. Mostly I just sucked it up (like I always tell the dogs to do when the world isn’t perfect).

I stopped by my bank looking for my TOEIC money (hero image). 915 won is about a nickel. Maybe the money will appear later. I was going to pick up more boxes of lens (to complete my princess kit: Gatsby wax and Acuvue 1-Days), then decided to put all not house related tasked off until later. Meow pushed us in a shop though and I have 30 more days of sight in my bag.

In return, I pushed us into Tous le Jours for cream mocha bread. We got decadent bakery snacks and cold drinks while there and sat for awhile cooling off before the walk home. I saw a building I’d shot before and the light was better this time, but when I pulled out my phone, I had a call. It was a rambler. I sat down to let the rambler go and Meow left me in the street. Too hot for her to wait I guess. I got my shot and found a piano too! (above)

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