We eased back into our regular lives pretty easily thanks to Gabe and May who looked after the Mea and Mojo and our house while we were away. Knowing that the cats were well loved when we were not there really eased my mind. Thank you so much Gabe and May! What would we do without you??
It was the beginning of spring when we came back to Toronto so easing back into our lives consisted of biking around the city again, making friends with neighbourhood cats, spending much needed time with Mea and Mojo, and some girl brunch.
We also flew back just in time for the busy wedding season and I have some new work I cannot wait to show you!
And I wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for letting me share so many stories from our adventures in Hong Kong and Korea. This was more special to me than any other holiday we have ever taken. I have so many more stories I haven't told but I feel like it is time to get back to my daily routine here. Perhaps I will pull something out from the archives in the future.
One more story though. Almost everyone asked about the photo of the fish tied up with yellow string in my previous post. Jin said they are salted fish (I believe it is Yellow Croaker. Very delicious!) eaten as a side dish and he thinks you buy them by the strand at the market. A long time ago, they used to tie the fish using some sort of straw or twine, but this one is tied with yellow nylon string. They use nylon string for everything in asia!