My companion and I live on the eighth floor and our apartment is awesome. It's only the two of us living in it, but there's 3 bedrooms, a family room, a full-sized bathroom, and a kitchen. The bathroom is pretty crazy because there's no shower curtain, there's just a removeable shower head (the ones that have the hose so you can move it around) attached to the wall. So in other words, the whole room is the shower and everything gets wet. Because we have 3 bedrooms, we sleep in one, use the other for our closet, and use the other for random storage. It's awesome how much space we have. I would love to send pictures BUT I left the USB cord back at our apartment, and I'm at the church typing this right now, so I'll do that next week (I feel like I say this every week, but I really mean it this time).
Being in Korea is crazy, but it's awesome that I'm finally here. My companion, Elder Ward, is the best - I couldn't have asked for a better trainer. I'm super excited these next few weeks to fill you in with all the amazing stories about what I'm doing here. I don't have a lot of time life left, so I can't tell you everything this week, but next week I'll be a little more settled in and I'll be able to use the full hour for email. One funny thing about being here is that fact that I'm tall and American and my companion is exactly the same. We stick out like a sore thumb, it's hilarious. Also, every single Korean knows at least one english word, and that's "hello", and so when we're walking down the street, the kids will call out "hello!" and we'll say "hello!" back to them, and then they'll giggle and just say "hello!" again haha. The kids here are adorable, it's ridiculous how cute they are.
Anyway, I'm going to have to say goodbye. Next week I'll send a million pictures, I promise.