All posts filed under: Ellice Young-Eun Park

Ellice: satur(day 11)

I feel like something amazing happens when you have a moment of truth in a friendship. We can know people really well in their anger, and through their passions… but we really get to know the truth of a person when we cry with them, […]

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Ellice: fri(day 10)

I shared this snack with my colleagues during class. It is all healthy. The green crackers are made of seven vegetables, for example. In one Moment when I turned to speak with someone outside of my group, I overheard my group members and professor laugh […]

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Ellice: wednes(day 8)

Tonight, Dawn and I grabbed a quick coffee and Wendy’s meal-snack to chat and catch up. I heard dipping french fries in frostees tastes good. We tried it. It isn’t really our thing. She really likes french fries and coffee though, so she had it […]

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Ellice: Tues(day 7)

I’m going to have to figure out a way to have authentic partaking of this project on Tuesdays. Working from 8:30am-10PM is presenting a different kind of challenge. How do you guys do it on the crazy days? 🙂

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Ellice: mon(day 6)

This morning I had rice cakes, 안절미 (pronounced Ahn-juhl-me).  Today is the last day Halmoni is in Columbus, weather permitted. It is a slightly crazy day preparing for that, and also trying to do my homework and other obligations. we covered the serving dish with […]

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Ellice: sun(day 5)

I wish I had more to report for this day. But I was as sick as could be, and ended up sleeping most of the day away after serving in Sunday school. I will try to do two meal posts on a future day to […]

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Ellice: Fri(Day 3)

My Halmoni, my Uma, Deaconness Yoon, and myself shared lunch together at Benihana. We ran into two friends who work there. A friend of my Uma’s from a church they both went to in the past, and my friend Anne from the Korean church I […]

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Ellice: Thurs(Day 2)

I got home really late tonight, around 11:30PM. I saw the light from her room on, so I smiled as I pulled into our little corner of the neighborhood. She left the light on for me and opened the door slightly ajar from the garage, […]

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Ellice: Shrove Tuesday

I feel like this is the kind of meal-meeting that is best described with a haiku. I’m no poet, and definitely haven’t written a haiku since fourth grade when we learned about them. Here goes. Six(~?~) strangers —–to—-> friends? How many courses we ate…? Make […]

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