On Saturday, Joshua took me out for an advanced birthday celebration at Seoul Yummy and we tried watching a movie sitting on Golden Village's Dbox seats for the first time. We were not very impressed with these seats which move and vibrate at suitable portions of the show “The Darkest Minds”. It would have been far more suitable using this tech with a movie entirely told from a first-person perspective.
Later on, I was treated to a relaxing 30 min shoulder massage at Spaze. The older three kids pooled together some of their pocket money as a love gift and I bought a pair of pants with it, something I had been wanting to get for quite some time. I also happened to chance upon the most comfortable pair of covered shoes I’ve ever tried on that is suitable to wear when I’m on worship duty. So I bought them with the red packet money my MIL gave me. With these memory foam flat pumps, I’m hoping to say goodbye to changing shoes whenever I go on and off stage due to painfully pinched toes!
I returned home to handmade cards from the kids. Funny story: I opened Joram’s envelope to find nothing inside. At first, I thought he forgot to put the card in only to realise he wrote in very faint pencil the words “I love you” on the inside of the envelope! I am truly a blessed woman to receive so much love from my family.
We shared a ginseng chicken soup
and a bingsu dessert for lunch
|Our dinner: Korean seafood army stew|
|Cards from the girls|
|The mysterious envelope...|
|... with nothing inside except the words. |
Can you see them?
|My new exercise pants!|
|Finally, adhering to the worship|
dress code isn't pure agony!