The cities and towns are still sleepily enjoying full stomachs after our Chuseok Holiday. This is our Korean Thanksgiving, the last of the harvest. This is a wonderful holiday where people visit their families and go pay respects to their ancestors - and also enjoying delicious food and old Korean games. This year was a quiet and relaxing one, with just my Mom and I, we made some dishes and enjoyed each others company. We'll be visit family for the Lunar Year next year - and I can't wait because it's been a while and my Grandmother wished we made it for Chuseok. I spent a little time in the backyard to enjoy the last of the beautiful growth; pumpkins, peppers, grapes, potatoes, and fruits.