While doing a little shopping in the Narita airport I spied this beautiful kimono.
After a 2+ hour connection I took a two and a half hour to Seoul.
Then it was a three hour bus ride.
Then a thirty minute taxi ride followed by about a mile walk in the dark dragging our suitcases. Luckily it wasn’t too cold, snowing or raining. We finally got there safely around 1am and I fell into bed exhausted!!!
While I was in Tokyo I came across a book store in the airport. My son is quite the geek and I thought it would be nice of me to buy him an authentic Japanese manga. Of course, not being able to read Japanese I had to choose one based on the picture on the cover as the books are wrapped shut to prevent you from standing in the store and reading. I know my son likes artwork of Japanese characters, especially girls. This one looked great, so I bought it. After arriving in Seoul, I discovered that it’s not exactly family friendly. Yep, that’s right I bought my son hentai. Luckily, he’s 20, not 12. If you’re not familiar with the word I’ll let google.com explain it to you.Quote of the moment: Children lose their innocence the very moment they are forced to make excuses for their parent's bad behavior. ~Krista Delle Femine
Question to Ponder: Can you find the humor in the situation even when you’re exhausted?