Ah it's already Monday. It's already April 16th. I still can't believe about a month and a week ago I was leaving Seoul, saying goodbyes, crying on the plane and arriving to my family and friends here in Waterloo. Time is going by too fast and I wish I could slow it down. Every weekend has been pretty eventful making the months go by a lot quicker than I want them to.
This past weekend was full of a lot of random things. Saturday I went to a craft show (Stitch 'n' Kitsch) here in Waterloo. There were all kinds of craft-makers and artists there and it was pretty inspiring. I ended up buying a few cards and felt hearts. Not sure what I'm going to with them but I'm sure I'll find a use for them. I just really liked the mint colour.
After that a few friends came over and we cooked dinner together. I'm a terrible cook but am always willing to learn. I didn't know what it meant to cut bias vegetables but learned this past weekend. Why say bias when you can just say diagonal? Then we went to a coffee house at a church to meet other young adults in the K-W area. After that I went home, decided to do my nails and discovered that I could watch Coachella live on youtube! I was ecstatic while watching Andrew Bird sing and play his violin. I didn't pay a dime and could see his face and the instruments up close. I know watching something on youtube doesn't come close to actually being there, but I was pretty satisfied with watching Coachella on youtube.
Sunday was strangely a beautiful day. It was rainy in the morning but really warm. One of our associate pastors from our church was graduating with a MTS so we went to the ceremony. Two of my other friends were in the same class, so I was lucky to see 3 of my friends graduate together. The adventures didn't end with the graduation. Michelle, Jared and I decided to make a spontaneous visit to our friend in Stratford. We walked around the small town, chatted and ate good food.
I love how a lot of what I did this past weekend wasn't planned ahead of time. I love spur of the moment hangouts and visits.