Saturday, August 08, 2009

South Korean Immersion

When he visits Max always brings Gracie something from Korea. This time his gift to Grace was South Korean traditional dress- Hanbok. Up until the 1960's the Hanbok was worn regularly in Korea.

Now that she has a Hanbok Grace is more than ready to make the trip over the Pacific ocean and live the good life in Korea. Grace has already made plans to wear the dress alone (seen here with a vest) to the Father/Daughter school dance in October. This girl always thinks ahead.

Yesterday Max flew from Cowtown to visit friends in San Diego. After several days there he'll travel back to the Bay Area to party with friends for a few days then it's back to Korea. Max is thinking he'll be back in the Spring for another visit. That would be just in time to catch the launch of Sparkle Plenty fresh from her winter haul out and ready for another season in the lake.

The office computer is still not working correctly. Without going into details it's been one hassle after another which fortunately has been correctable. It is time to replace the CPU. Windows 7 which will replace the Vista operating system won't be available until October 22nd. We'll limp on until then.


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7 comments:

Nancy said...
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La Roo said...

She's Adorable.
What a joy she is, huh?

Bob said...

Laroo: Yes, always a joy, this kid. She's so very special.

Rhea Cook said...

What a beautiful photo of a beautiful young lady.

Joker_SATX said...

First off, that is an awesome dress. There is no joke there.

I am glad to hear that Max is having a good time...good for him.

Lastly, I have my eye on a Mac. No more Windows for this kid...You may want to consider a Mac Bob....

evalinn said...

She´s a real little fashion queen!

Bob said...

Fox: Ain't no MAC in Bob's future. From what I understand they're just as problematic as a PC. And think about it. . . less than 5% of those with computers use a MAC. That speaks volumes, don't you think?

Rhea: Thanks.

Eva: You've hit the nail on the head. At age six this young lady has high expectations on what she wears.

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