I was going to use the title “The Man with Two Names”, but I like Superman… and Superman is the ultimate adoption success story. Continue reading
I am not a writer. Continue reading
The night I was packing, I couldn’t help but think how much it would suck if our plane crashed. Continue reading
In short, the trip was fantastic. However, I am currently trying to deal with Delta. Believe me, I will go into detail later. I have many assets to gather and will post each day of our trip when I have a chance.
Since we landed, we have been very busy. VERY BUSY!!! No time to post. No time for the stock photography and video I wanted to capture. However, I have detailed notes and will post when I get back. It’s probably better this way. My stories will be more colorful.
Since we’re leaving for Korea soon… people have been asking me how I feel and how I’m going to feel when I meet the birth family. So… how I feel now…. Continue reading
The very first question I asked Ki-Won (older brother) was, “For my own health, are there any health conditions I should be aware of? Any disease or cancer run in the family?”
The Birth Parents
I had sent a long email to the family, trying to describe the person I am. One of the nuggets of information I told them was, “I’m a vegetarian”. Ova-Lacto to be exact. For those unfamiliar with the term, it means I eat dairy and eggs. Nothing with a face or a mother. Definitely not seafood. I call shellfish, “Sea Bugs”. Shrimp are the cockroaches of the sea.
Ki-Woon (twin) replied to me stating he, “likes meat”.
“Why do you hate meat? There are many delicious meat dishes in Korea”.
I told him it would take too long to explain why… and it would. Continue reading