|This morning, the three of us walked to a fitness station near the river. The huge hula-hoops were painfully enjoyable. After we dropped Pup-pup off at the groomer, Erin walked with me to the Twosome Place café (my new hangout, love there free Wi-Fi) and then she returned home. After having lunch, I decided to order dessert. Now Erin has told me more than once that you cannot deviate or make changes to menu items at any restaurant (she calls it their inability to think outside the box when it comes to ordering food at restaurants), Twosome has two different yogurt dishes (plain yogurt with almonds and plain yogurt with espresso) and two different ice cream dishes (plain ice cream with a drizzle of caramel and nuts and another plain ice cream dish with a topping that didn't interest me). I ordered the yogurt with the caramel drizzle and nuts (the young man behind the counter enthusiastically smiled and nodded that he understood exactly what I wanted) and was feeling quite proud of myself for being able to communicate my changes to the dessert item. After my buzzer went off, I returned to the counter to pick up my order. I laughed out loud and shook by head as I looked at my tray, I didn’t have one dessert, I had two. I immediately thought of what Greg often says when one doesn't take good advice, sometimes one has to learn things the hard way, as I ate both desserts. Later that night we went to Erin’s favorite pork restaurant (it’s typical for a restaurant to specialize in one type of meat, be it seafood, chicken or beef), she order the samgipsal (삼깁살, something like a lettuce wrap). It was pretty good once I removed the cartilage from the meat.