After that he did start to list things he was thankful for, but made that joke first and said, “You should make that into a comic”. Almost all comic ideas are genuine things that actually happen, but he is the one that prompts me to actually turn them into comics.
Not surprisingly, it was a little bit difficult mood-wise coming back to the middle of the Korean winter after being in the Australian summer. We felt a shift in our moods so we’ve been working hard on being positive and motivated.
um…. thanks??? Who would be poisoning me? Oh yeah, it’s just an excuse to eat some of mine.
Wonderful married life conversation there…
Sometimes I don’t notice things…
I want a cup of tea pretty much all the time so that’s not too hard to guess. It just happened that he had already made me one and was bringing it to me when I called. Good timing!
This is something he does for me a lot. I need a cup of tea in the morning because it’s hard for me to get up (health problems and my body can be quite sore). And because I work for very long stretches at a time on writing and drawing and consume many cups of tea. He has more time so it’s easier for him to be the tea boy. I still need to call him “oppa” so he does it though.
You don’t have to marry someone who shares all the same interests as you… in fact it’s pretty hard to find someone with the exact interests! We have a lot of things in common but I’m interested in a lot of things he is not interested in and vice versa, so sometimes we have to listen to each other’s tangents.
I like listening to university lectures when I work sometimes and I’m currently listening to a course called ‘Understanding the Human Impact: Life and its Impact’. It’s really interesting to me but Mr Gwon doesn’t always appreciate me talking about the domestication of all the food that is on the table.