Kinda sad picture from outside our window at the white swan. After Mom gets back with the camera, I'll take some with all the neon lights on. So pretty-ful.
Eating *gag* cabbage. Kiddo is a garbage disposal, I swear. Her and my cat, Elsie, will get along fine. Provided Reese will share.
We're at the White Swan and NO ONE emphasizes quite how beautiful it is. It is so pretty. I don't have any pictures right now, but hey, we just got here and it's a miracle I'm posting because my head HURTS. But I think the Tylenol is kicking in. Thank God.
Kiddo has to visit every potty in China we have established. And she will eat anything. She at cabbage and onion on the flight from Taiyuan to Guangzhou. Ewww....
We are in room 1402 if anyone cares to know that information.
We finally thought to ask how to say birthmark in Chinese as we were leaving Taiyuan because at the free market (while Monica was trying to get across with my highly-more-advanced-than-Mom's Chinese skills how many beach towels we wanted. I got a Naruto one. *happy dance*) what happened to her and we couldn't quite get across that she's always had it. So guys, here's how you say it: tai (first tone) chi/qi (4th tone). Tai means birth.
Jumping subjects again: we have a gorgeous view of the harbor, we think it is. All the neon lights that just recently came on are so pretty.
Mom wanted me to take a shower this morning and I was like: Mom, if I'm gonna get sick from water and puke my guts up again, it's not happening until Guangzhou. So after dinner, I intend to take a shower-without a certain two-year-old, cute as she is.