I’ve received some letters in the mail from my buddies in Korea. Well, one buddy who’s living in Korea and another buddy who wrote me a letter while she was visiting Korea. Peep dis:
Christine sent me the sticker along with a super cute letter written on a fold-out matryoshka doll in microscopic handwriting—the best I’ve seen in all of my years as an amateur handwriting-analyst-enthusiast. I totally took a picture of it but it’s totally not instagramed so I’m totally not going to post it.
And dis from Seoul Sistah Saejean:
I’ve been wanting to put something up in the kitchen so this was kind of perfect. “I swim into the universe.” I most certainly do.
I have no idea where I’m going to put the toothpaste sticker. It really belongs right there, above my smiling toothbrush holder (which reminds me of Saejean, if she were a blue man in the shape of a tooth), but I’m afraid the water and steam would ruin the sticker. So I’m going to look up some sticker-facts, the do’s and don’ts of how and where to stick, and what ultimately sends a sticker to its untimely death.
In other news, I’ve been really obsessed with Tiny Tower and drag queens. That’s all you really need to know about my life right now.
No turning back.