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When moving to a new country, I always bring little things to help my new space feel like home. We’re lucky that this time we moved to Korea in the Autumn. It’s the best time of the year in this country (in all countries?). When I moved here in 2012, it was much harder to adjust to the absolutely fucking freezing February weather.

This little Moka coffeemaker makes two shots of espresso. I bought it just after returning from living abroad for the first time in Italia, at McGuckin Hardware in Boulder. It doesn’t fit on our tiny stove, but I’ve MacGyvered it with a frying pan.

Little things. Baby steps. That’s how you live in a new place.

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3 comments on “Little Things

  1. Mel & Suan says:

    Well, it can get cold in Autumn too! Not as much as February though when the winds from Siberia comes a howling through!

    1. Coleen says:

      Oh please make it colder! We’re sweating tooo much!

      1. Mel & Suan says:

        When we are in Seoul in November it should BE cold!

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