This is it. This is my last month in Korea and we’re on the home stretch. I’ve finished all my big overseas trips and now I’ve just got a bunch of people to see and loose ends to tie up before I move back to the States. (I also have a birthday to celebrate, today, the day this goes up.)
It also means I’ve got a lot of time on my hands at work, or realistically should have a lot of time on my hands at work. Other than wrapping up to move home there’s not a lot for me to do so it’s a full month of deskwarming, except for a couple Monday’s I’ve taken off to run errands like going for check ups, sending money home, paying bills and closing accounts and packing my bags and finding new homes for all the stuff I’ve accumulated while living 5 years in South Korea. (Though I’ve sent at least 10 packages home, mostly all my jackets and business casual clothes and my mug collection) So I really think I’ll be able to read all the books I had planned to read before going home. Maybe I’ll even read more.
The Alchemyst by Michael Scott
The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell by Chris Colfer
After the Downfall by Harry Turtledove
Where the Rainbow Touches The Ground by John Henderson Miller. (Not on Goodreads)
If you’re curious about why I’m reading these books or the total goal make sure to check out My TBR bookcase post here.