When two of my coworkers came back from vacation, their offices were decorated in amusing ways. Every object in Aaron’s office was wrapped in aluminum foil. Rowan’s office was turned into a pink Disney-princess fantasyland. A good amount of this stuff is still in there, months later.
Archive for March, 2009
We visited a huge Japanese antique sale in some kinda huge warehouse. Often I look forward to the day that my home is populated by cross-generational-quality objects like the furniture and art here, rather than, well, Ikea. I just can’t get enough of high-quality objects; bonus points if they’re older than I am.
My favorite cuisine is Korean, partly because of the *variety* of dishes. There is an astounding number of Korean restaurants and shops around our apartment in Shoreline. Our standby is Old Village, though Ho Soon Yi and Sorabol are also lovely. We can get a full-fledged, high-quality, painstakingly-packed meal for about the same as it would cost to cook for ourselves. Here is the box of *banchan*, the side dishes that come free with any proper Korean meal.