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
Tag Archives: Korea
Still Writing Day 1 of Our Trip
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
Hang In There
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.
How Does it Feel?
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
Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard…
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?”
Meet the Kims
The Birth Parents
My Twin’s Blog (Ki-Woon)
His blog is:
Yes… It’s in Korean. Outside of finding someone who speaks Korean, it appears there is no perfect way to translate the pages. If you have any suggestions, please… suggest. Continue reading
Nice to Meat You
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