The Kiln Gods are not very happy with me it seems. My hand still pains a little and my genius is merely mediocre now. DAMMIT! I've been practicing day and night for the past couple days but things aren't getting any better. It is truly frustrating, Dear LJ.
And things around here have been just as bad. Geum Jandi ran away and Jun Pyo is a complete and utter mess. He even had to sit in a filthy holding cell in prison that looked very much like a crib. It's really hard to approach him. It's even worse than the time in Macau. I'm afraid that this time he'll try to slit his wrists or something.
Ji Hoo, I'm more worried about actually. A guy who used to sleep 18 hours a day and whipped out a musical instrument and played it anywhere is now in charge of an art foundation and clinic. It's odd and unsettling and worrisome.
Woo Bin-ah is just not paying enough attention to me. The other day we went to a restaurant to discuss recent events and he was more interested in his bread than me! And I'd worn my new tie too but he didn't comment on it. And the saleswoman told me it was very eye-catching and would grab anyone's attention and be a huge conversation topic. Suffice to say, I'm throwing away that tie and never going back to that store again. I knew I should've gone with the one that had hearts and crowns on it!
As for Ga Eul yang, well she just cries a lot because Madam Kang forced her father into early retirement. And also because she and her family were used to drive Geum Jandi away. I'm not very good with girls when they cry so I don't know what to do other than give them my pimpin' handkerchief.
Sigh, I am just glad that I have you, Dear LJ. You are always here for me and love me no matter what. Hopefully we'll find Geum Jandi soon and Ji Hoo and Jun Pyo will get back to normal. I should go back to the kiln now and then go out to buy neck accessories that will definitely make Woo Bin-ah's head turn!