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Haiku Kwon
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Foodie, Lover of Wine and Whiskey, Workoutaholic, Lazy House Lounger, Blogger of all those things.
Foodie, Lover of Wine and Whiskey, Workoutaholic, Lazy House Lounger, Blogger of all those things.

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For Better and For Worse
As our wedding draws closer, I have an inexplicably heavy anxiety and fear woven throughout my excitement and joy. I knew that planning a wedding came with a special set of frustrations and headaches. What I wasn't prepared for was the upheaval of all I tho...
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It's a strange realization to know I have, by necessity, built the last 16 years without a piece that seems so vital. And it's beautiful. And I'm happy. And I'm sad.

As my fiancé and I make plans for our wedding, our joys highlight our sorrows, but our sorrows graciously serve to highlight our joys.

It is a good life.
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"Joy and Sorrow are Inseparable"
I never thought that would happen.  It's not even that I just didn't think it would happen for me, I just didn't think of it at all.  But here I sit with a gorgeous rock on my left ring finger thinking about what day would be best for our wedding.  That's a...
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“Unless you are already dead — mentally, emotionally, and socially — you cannot anticipate your life 5 years into the future. It will not develop as you expect. So just stop it. Stop assuming you can plan far ahead, stop obsessing about what is happening right now because it will change anyway, and get over the control issue about your life’s direction. Fortunately, because this is true, you can take even more chances and not lose anything; you cannot lose what you never had. Besides, most feelings of loss are in your mind anyway – few matter in the long term.” 
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Delicious on ice cream, in coffee, or off the spoon. 
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What matters is that we show up, in person and/or in our attention- how we listen and learn from what we listen to. It's not about always knowing what to do or say; it's about genuinely wanting to understand the people you love.
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Show Up
Over the last several months, I've been developing a deeper appreciation for those in my life who show up. The ones who say they'll be there, and are there. The ones who say nothing and show up just because they know life is hard and want to be supportive e...
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Well, it's been a(long)while since my last entry.

Sometimes a hiatus is necessary, even from the things you love. 
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