Today, May 5th, is Children’s Day in Korea. And because it’s a national holiday, we didn’t have school! Last year I blogged about the history of Children’s Day here.
This year, we decided to go out for ice cream (it’s a special treat here) and then headed to a grass park for the kids to run around on. Grass is hard to grow here because the soil is rocky and the climate isn’t too good for it either. Plus we live in a city of 10 million, so concrete reigns!
The boys raced and watched the train run into the tunnel underneath us. Days like today make me feel like the world is full of promise and hope.
Oh, and check out Victoria’s site for a really great event with Laura!
How about you? What makes you sit back and smile and know that all is right with the world?