Hi everyone,

Thanks for making the move with me! Needless to say, I’m deep in the aftermath of the move–upacking, reorganizing my posts, learning the new blog program, adjusting, etc.  Exciting but incredibly confusing as well. Thank goodness I’ve got someone helping me with all the tech stuff. 🙂

Anyhow, I’m sure some of you are anxiously awaiting the recap to A Thousand Kisses Episode 16. I will post very late tonight after work, so it should be up and running for you when you wake up Friday (US – Pacific Standard Time).

Thanks again for moving with me! And follow me on twitter.com (user name is twinkiedramas) so that you know when I finish each recap. 🙂

The sick little canine who's been keeping me busy. Poor Bentley....

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Created Musings back in 2010 when viewers were frantically searching for SungKyunKwan Scandal recaps. She currently blogs and comments from the US. You can also find her on FB (@SnoopysTwinkie), twitter (@twinkiedramas), and YouTube (Twinkiedramas).

11 thoughts on “Welcome!”

  1. OMG, the little guy is so cute – leave him/her with me when he/she is sick again. Thank you so much for recapping both my drama(s) I am currently watching – A thousand kisses/The Musical.

    Also your new website is awesome.

  2. Aww….Bentley is such a cutie! Hope he gets well soon. I shall wait in anticipation for the recaps. Thanks for all your efforts 🙂

  3. Hi!
    I was so thrilled to read your “About Me” section! I wanted to share something with you and wasn’t sure how until I read this.

    I read lots of recap sites..and am so very thankful for all of them…and when I recently ‘stumbled’ across yours…there was something so very gracious in your writing that it made me think(and say to my husband), ‘I wonder if she is a Christian.”
    I wanted to ask, but that could have been awkward!
    All that to say and encourage you that Christ is seen even in your writing when He is mentioned. What a wonderful testimony!!

    Thank you again for taking the time to do this. I so enjoy the Korean dramas. There is so little that is on American TV that is the least bit edifying! So please know your efforts are very much appreciated.

    I have a question for you. Are relationships really this pure in real life in the Korean culture? My husband is Japanese, and I know they try to portray this in the Japanese dramas as well…but it’s not really that real to life. Do they really ‘court’ that much in Korea? Meaning dating with the intention of marriage? I’ve been wondering about this for a while now. Maybe you know the answer??

    BTW, I also live in California. 🙂

    God Bless!

    1. Korean culture’s much like any other culture in the dating sense. Some people date with the intent to marry while others date for fun…same as in the US. Thanks for your words of encouragement!

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