Sights and Smells of Spring


After a cold winter, our walks take longer, because there are so many things to see and smell (mostly smell). And there are a lot more people out on the street who stop to pet me or tell me how cute I am.


This day, I wore a simple peach-colored t-shirt. It looks like I’m wearing two layers, with a striped shirt underneath, but it’s really just made to look that way (it’ll be our secret). Here we are walking to one of my favorite places, Yangjae River (양재천), near our apartment in Seoul.


When we got there, I was very interested in the rhododendrons/azaleas that had bloomed. I don’t know what those are, but they smelled interesting.


Dad messed up the focus on this picture. It’s hard to find good help these days.


Dad, I’m not ready to leave yet. I’m still smelling these things.


I’m ready to go now. Hurry up, Dad. Gosh!


Wait. I need to smell this grass first.


We crossed over this bridge before looping back home. Good night everyone!

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