My cat, Guembi had surgery last Saturday to remove half of her teeth. The other half will come out in a month. My vet was going to do it, but he doesn't have a tooth x-ray. After some research I found an animal hospital with dentistry in Wonju, about an hour away. I crossed my fingers because when she first needed x-rays I had gone to Deagu and then Seoul, which is all a very long story, but the meat of it is, my cat didn't get x-rays.
My seeds from Amazon have been held by customs and because it's really a headache to get them released, I sadly agreed to let my beefsteak tomatoes be destroyed. If you don't know, beefsteak tomatoes are awesome on hamburgers. Anyway, I learned that just because it ships from Amazon doesn't mean it's accepted in a the country.
My book Meat Head is officially finished, finished and that has cleared up a lot of head space, and now I'm working on my next old project, slowly but surely. I'm getting behind on these posts I know, but check out The Life of a Small Publisher over at Green Gecko Publishing to see why it doesn't happen as often as it used to.
Mariel R. is an ESL teacher, horse trainer, writer, editor, sporadic blogger, and lover of beer. She lives in South Korea with two cats, three horses, a German Shepherd and 17 chickens.
Bear (Gom in Korean) then (above) now (below)
Geumbi (Goldy in English) R.I.P February, 23, 2018