I considered titling my blog “BIG SLICK,” but I thought too many people might come here hoping to find a porn site. Plus, the domain’s probably already taken.
My name is Amy Kim. My PIC is Kevin Kim (PIC = Partner in Crime). We dated in college and I locked him down shortly thereafter. We have one baby girl who entered this world and changed our lives forever in June 2011.
By day, I work as a higher education administrator/student affairs professional/academic counselor. By night, I am a TV enthusiast, blogger, musician and aspiring poker player. It would be awesome (not to mention extremely bad-ass) if I could one day win the World Series of Poker. For now, I get my kicks from stealing money from my friends.
I thought I would come here to write about my musings (i.e. rants). Perhaps I can put my B.A. in English to some use.
Welcome to mi vida.
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love your intro!
“too many people might come here hoping to find a porn site (and then be sorely disappointed)”
you never know, some people have a glasses fetish
in true amy fashion, your intro is hilarious! i await the day kobe is in your christmas card along with a baby/baby bump in the near future!
hi! 🙂 first time here! love your blog. so cute and so you.
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Thanks for your book recommendation and comment on my blog! I am praying for you right now!
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I’m currently living in Korea as a teacher, and I LOVE your blog. It is really refreshing to read. You’re intro is badarse. Keep writing! By the way, how is it to own a Jindo? Your reader in Gwang-ju, S. Korea!
Thanks for stopping by! How did you find my blog?
I owned a mixed Jindo and she was pretty docile, but I had a few other friends who owned pure-bred Jindos that were more on the aggressive side.
I was actually looking up red Jindo pictures and I saw your blog. I thought it was so hilarious and very well written so i just got hooked. I especially love when you talk about being Korean and growing up in the church and everything doing with English. Good stuff!