Sorry. That last post was sooooo not clear! I totally re read it today. Kerri’s exchange student, is from FRANCE. The Korean food had NOTHING to do with her exchange student other than the student was there with us. The food was a thing that Kerri just learned from a Korean woman that she knows. My little sister is Korean, and I like these foods. So I wanted to learn. Because even though my sister IS Korean, she was 3 months old when she came to us, and she doesn’t know how to make Korean food. So now, her HISPANIC sister, who can’t make tamales knows how to make Kimchee! So much clearer now.
Here’s a little tid bit to make things even clearer!
That exchange student I told you about? She’s black, and goes by Seynabou (say nah boo) and her Father lives in Africa! So when people see her, and hear that she’s an exchange student, FRANCE isn’t the first place they think of. LOL
on a totally different note-
This book I just read,Stopping at Every Lemonade Stand and it’s the inspiration that I had to FINALLY get off my hiney and HAVE A BLOCK PARTY for the whole block. I bought hot dogs and soda, and chips, and printed out some paper invitations with the time and day. Well, that was today. All of the houses I put out an invitation to CAME except for two. I had TEN neighbor’s households in my front yard today, and ALL of them thought that my idea was a great one! My next party is going to be in October, and we are going to have a Pumpkin Carving Party. With a fire in the fire pit, and hot cider with cookies. Yummy. There will be people there! I know, because they all loved my idea. If you haven’t had a good read lately, and like those books that make you feel empowered, have a garage sale with a REALLY slow day, and then read a book. I recommend Stopping at Every Lemonade Stand.