It’s not that the man did not know how to juggle, he just didn’t have the balls to do it.
Stick around, I’ll be here all week…
Don’t worry, I haven’t quit my day job. In fact, I had to give one of my employees a stern talking to.
Speaking of work, I received my orders today assigning me to Camp Humphreys in lovely Pyeongtaek. Shit’s getting real now. Talked to my realtor down there and it looks like I’ll be taking that four bedroom, four bath single family house smack dab in the middle of Anjeong-ri, the village adjacent to the Army base. I’m going to bus down there on Saturday and spend the night. I want to get a feel for the
bar district neighborhood. Ahem.
Still some bureaucratic crap to sort out, but I’m targeting May 15 as my first day working in my new location. My days in Seoul are definitely numbered!
I played some darts last night for the first time in quite a while. Just subbing for the Shenanigans team as they were short a player. It was nice to be back on the oche. I don’t think they have a dart league in Pyeongtaek (yet). I could shoot over to Songtan to play I suppose but that’s more hassle than it is worth. I’ll retake up the game once I’m ensconced in the Philippines I reckon.
I didn’t let the rain keep me from walking today.
I guess I’ll be missing my old friend before too long.
I’ll make new friends and memories in Pyeongtaek. And hopefully let go of the past.
I walk along the city streets you used to walk along with me
And every step I take reminds me of just how we used to be
Well, how can I forget you, girl?
When there is always something there to remind me
Always something there to remind me