Don’t worry Seattle, it’s just temporary. Today I sat, kneeled, and stood on a giant suitcase to get it shut. Inside this suitcase is 3 pairs of boots, 2 pairs of sneakers, 3 pairs of flats, and a pair of sandals – gotta have options!, along with at least 2 weeks of clothes both business & casual. Winter clothes to be exact, which we all know take up way more room! Also, some toiletries, a few belts, a hat, and all those other pesky necessities. I even packed a select few Virginia Tech adorned items so I can proudly wear them on Sundays while I scour the internet or 24 hour sports bar trying to watch games at 2, 3, or even 5am! Travelling during college football season is a bitch! Especially at the end of the season when the games really matter.
Now I’m on a plane bound for South Korea. I was informed by my brother-in-law after just saying “Korea” for a few weeks that I must specify whether I was going to North or South, but let’s be honest, no one was questioning it. No one can get into North Korea, nor would I want to be let in. Besides, according to Google maps there are only two cities which do not contain a single road or point of interest along with the rest of the entire country. Must be one giant piece of open land. A farmer’s dream!
According to the giant flight map we’re right over Alaska right now…”Hello Sarah Palin!, I think I can see Russia from here too.”