We’re excited to announce the launch of our new blog: a fun, trustworthy, explosion of Kimchi Belle delight and all around happy place to be (except when we are sad)! We hope you will enjoy our musings, reviews, projects, and shameless exploitation of spouses and kids. We invite you to join the party with your profound thoughts and comments, or even tom foolery.
Sue: Don’t worry, Jin. I will try not to embarrass you.
Jin: Just don’t take videos of me and accept now that my posts will be late.
S: We will work on these things…
J: Don’t get me wrong, I was a straight A student (until Physics). And as a Managing Editor of a journal at the American Cancer Society, I know the importance of deadlines. But this blogging thing? Ain’t nobody got time for that! When I do find time outside work, I’m playing cars with my two-year old son, Isaiah, cuddling with my newborn, Amelia, or bossing around my husband, James. And when I’m not doing THAT, I’m eating, bargain hunting, dreaming of traveling, again (one day), reading poorly written literature (ahem, Twilight), and eating some more.
S: Aish, I’ll pay you in donuts!
J: That’s a worthy incentive. Alright, I’m in.
S: Whew. Now, I can make you do all the work for mere donuts (evil laugh), so I can sleep more, do housewife things in between naps, read (your discarded cheap novels), secretly run John‘s technology empire, and be the ocd, hippie, organic freak that I am.
J: Okay, what else do people need to know about us?
S: You worked at Pine Hill Food Store, aka your parents’ gas station; triumphantly emerged from Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School with your hawt piano skills and fab flute playing in Wind Ensemble, explored the wondrous visual arts and photography, worked on yearbook committees, and joined nerdy clubs; and ultimately obtained a BA in Journalism at UGA.
J: Oddly enough, you pretty much copied me on everything. Just kidding. But you did happen to also work at your parents’ restaurants, enjoyed similar nerdy clubs at Lakeside High School, did yearbook, but loved AP Literature far more than I did. Obviously, since you eventually majored in English Lit at UGA (though this is not a far throw from journalism). Also noteworthy are your Starbucks barista skills and variety of corporate positions.
S: Oh really, what if you were copying ME?
J: Well, I’m 6 months older, so its fair to say I did everything first.
S: Fine, I think the last thing that matters is that our moms were friends while pregnant with us! Embryo buddies!
J: This is too long. The End.