Sunday, June 21, 2009

Happy Father's Day, Post-Antalya, and 1.5 Weeks




Happy Father's Day, 아빠! I love you very very very much and I can't wait to see you again.
Thanks for always supporting me in everything I do. I wouldn't be here right now if it wasn't for you. 사랑해요~!

Post-Antalya...
I'm very happy with my accomplishments. I never imagined I would shoot personal bests at such a big international tournament. Considering the windy weather and my nervousness, I think I performed very well. BUT..... Antalya really opened my eyes to how I stand compared to the rest of the world. If I want to become a real international competitor, I need to start comparing myself to real, tough competition and set higher goals for myself.

I have only 1.5 weeks left here in Korea so training is full throttle right now. I'm heading to Daejeon in a couple of hours where I'll be training with the Korean national team being sent to the Universiade. It's going to be a very valuable experience, no doubt. Luckily, my friend 혜진언니 made the team so I'll be training along side a familiar face.

I'll be back some time during the middle of this week so I'll see you then! =)

Love always,

Vanessa

11 comments:

  1. Hi 진영...

    Thanks for a wonderful father's day message and the very best present for me (umma's as well)....
    My lovely daughters, Stephanie and Vanessa made me
    the happiest father in the whole world.

    Thanks again daughters for doing your best in your life and being wonderful daughters...

    I love both of you very very much too...

    Love Appa

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  2. I think it's great you're still keeping up with the blog; it means I can get a dose of Vanessa whenever I need a fix =)

    Keep it up girl, aim for your dreams! You're in my prayers

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  3. i hope you had an AWESOME time in korea, i bet you're on a plane RIGHT NOW on your way home and i wish you safe trippings and hope that you'll spend your time reminiscing all the great times you had.

    hearts darling! can't wait to see you ^_^

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  4. Glad you had a good time in Korea and that it went well.

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