Extended periods of time off alleviates the pressures sustained from boundaries mandating the completion of certain tasks. For once, I need not plan so thoroughly. I need not allocate specific days for specific appointments. I need not concern myself over the consequences of schedule delays or underestimated time-to-complete.
Lunch comprised of a soft-boiled egg and kimchi fried rice from DooBoo, while cookies (with rugged knife depressions) served as a light mid-day snack.
For dinner came asparagus spears from T&T and Baked Fried Rice with Seafood and Pork Chop leftovers from Cattle Café.
Episodes 1 and 2 of Yumi's Cells 2 were viewed following supper - or should I say, half-watched/half-sped? Majority of the first episode revisited Yumi's story from Season 1, without a single Jinyoung appearance until the 33-minute mark. However, his sheer existence in the show were wonderful. Truthfully, I wouldn't have bothered with the plot-less series otherwise.
Some may find vacation to be about spending and grandeur, however unhurried moments like these are what I truly crave. After all, vacation is not an extension of regular routine, but rather relief from it.
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