Typhoon Coming!


No matter how many times I put these pics in the correct order, blogger is having a mind of it's own and rearranging them for me!

Yesterday, I went to Taegu to do some shopping and was trying to beat the typhoon before It drenched en route to my house. I know I have showed this view before, but with the clouds it really looks beautiful. The street is a view of the street we live on.

Upon returning home my husband was preparing shishkebob that we through on the grill later that night. What a sweetie! MMMmmmmm!!! And they were delicious too!


6 comments:

  1. For me typhoons always meant more time to sew! They gave me the same feeling of getting a snow day off from school! In Japan the power never went out during typhoons, even in the worst of storms. Any day trapped at home with stitching is a great day!

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  2. You said "typhoon"! It reminded me of my 21 years in the Philippines, where we never heard of hurricanes or tornados. BTW, your sewing is awesome. I look forward to seeing more pics of Korea and your projects.

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  3. How fascinating, Lillian - thanks for posting a picture of your street. Do you live in a house, apartment or otherwise?

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  4. Typhoons! In Okinawa, it meant putting the wooden shutters over the windows and sitting inside until it blew over. Once we were inside, with no electricity for 3 days. We had plenty of candles and plenty of books. Haven't thought about that in a long time. I was too stupid then to imagine that any harm could come to us. I suppose they are worse on islands? I don't know.

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  5. Oh Lillian, what a great husband you must have! Those shish-ka-bobs look awesome!!

    Dave

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  6. Can you email me some of those shishkabobs!!! LOOks good!
    Linda

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