Sickness is SOOO last year

Put your hands up if you were annoyed at the timing in which you got sick.

Ok that’s about… all of you.

You know, I feel like being sick is the worst thing that can happen. It usually puts me in a dilemma, or just in the worst situation ever. Timing wise- horrific.

I used to not get sick at all. Most of the time, it was once every two years or so, a big flu that attacks and goes away. It was never of much significance because I was young, school wasn’t hard to catch up, and I usually had my mom check up on me every hour. Now, I get it frequently, light colds, but with the tendency to drag along for a very long time. A day of school missed is basically worth 3 days to catch up on my own. So I can’t miss a lot of school, and I try not to, but sometimes, I feel like the timing is just…perfect. It seemed like every time I got sick, a class had the longest amount of notes, or a pop quiz, or a test, or an important discussion. If only I could choose a day on my own to get sick, I would go for the days we don’t do anything.

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6/29 Quote of the Day

“How can a society that exists on instant mashed potatoes, packaged cake mixes, frozen dinners, and instant cameras teach patience to its young?”

-Paul Sweeney

Let’s face it. When I get lazy, I buy cake mixes instead of making it from scratch.

All Korean traditional food recipes take a LOOONNNNGGG time to make, and it takes care and patience to make it right.

I try to exercise my patience by making Korean traditional foods, but it’s quite hard to do when my body and mind are at vacation mode :b

Oh. But let’s make one thing clear. Making cup ramen does not mean you can cook.

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