When someone brings you up, the first thing I think about is your smile. How cliché and cheesy is that previous statement? But it’s true. Your lower lip was plumper than your top lip and you always had these freckles on your face and mom would call them “brown spots” but to me, they were always freckles. Your breath always smelled like somewhere safe and warm and when I was little you would use your hands and we’d make “dduk” which was one of my favorite Korean foods. You would prepare it early in the morning and then when I’d awake we would powder them in sugar and I’d watch you place each piece one by one into the machine that made it so yummy. You moved farther away as I grew up, but it didn’t mean you were less loved by us or that you were less remembered. You came to this country as an immigrant and you became a DOCTOR. You were intelligent, soft, beautiful, breath taking, warm, caring, kind, funny, delicate, perfect, and in your life, I hope you know you were loved despite all the hardships you endured. You’re gone now, but you meant everything to her and to the rest of us. Your faith in the Lord got you through and in your last months the only thing you wanted was to finally go home to be with Him. And now you’re home with Him and you’re safe, and happy. I miss you and I love you and we’ll see you soon.
I love you halmuhnee.
I miss my foster dog so much I still cry every night.
This morning I woke up from a nightmare hysterically crying. I had discovered the house near mine had a dog fighting ring and I heard the screams of puppies and dogs being beaten and ripped apart and I woke up a mess.
Reading the book “Eating Animals” and the horrific abuse in factory farms has just fueled my fire to save animals.
"At an industrial pig breeding facility in North Carolina, videotape taken by undercover investigators showed some workers administering daily beatings, bludgeoning pregnant sows with a wrench, and ramming an iron pole a foot deep into mother pigs’ rectums and vaginas."
You tell me how the these people don’t get harshly punished for this? Tell me how we let these people to keep doing this to these animals. Tell me how it’s okay for us to brutally mass produce these animals, keep them in horrific conditions, and then beat them, mutilate them, rape them, sadistically abuse them, and then murder them.
This book will change you. Not only for ethnical reasons but for HEALTH REASONS. The people behind companies like KFC and Smithfields, are killing human beings. No one cares about your health, all they care about is $$ signs.
I will never touch pork, steak, veal, lamb, duck, or chicken ever again. These animals feel pain, suffering, fear, and what we do to them to get them wrapped up in a package or on your plate is beyond anything your mind can and will ever comprehend. I am so deeply saddened.
Everyone at VH1 is amazing and my experience here so far has been amazing and I am amazingly grateful and I am feeling amazing. Thank you amazing God.
Starting March 3, we are on every morning with Nick Lachey and a load of celebrities so you should be tuning in unless you have like work or school or something.
Make sure to watch us on VH1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!