• Sending them HOME

    It’s never easy letting go. I always had trouble doing it. I still do. I had trouble leaving them behind in Canada when I came to Korea. Now, they are leaving me in Korea and going back home. My parents came to Korea on a mission. They originally planned one year but ended up staying for more than 2 years. It’s weird how God can lead to a place and

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  • After the fall

    After the whole accident we had with Andrea last weekend, I think everyone in our family has had a hard week. Well, the week isn’t over yet so let’s say we’re just having a tough time. Ever since I got home on Sunday from Andrea getting treated at the clinic, my back has been aching so much. Right where it goes from my neck to the back of my shoulders.

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  • Accidents Happen But…

    The moment you find out something has happened to your child is every parent’s nightmare. You pray and hope it never happens to you. But when it does, you tell yourself that accidents happen and that everything will be alright. Everything is going to work out. Everything is going to go back to the way it was. It’s gonna be ok. You say it over and over again. Yet, you

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  • Living in Seoul

    It’s now been almost 3 years since we came back to Korea from Singapore. I never once complained about living here in Seoul or living with my in-laws. I always liked the idea of living together and everything just seemed to flow nicely. Right now I am so homesick and want to get rid of this view it’s not even funny. I wish I could see more trees instead of

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  • Visiting an Old Friend

    Kaden has wanted to go and visit his friend in WonJu for a while. He’s been friends with him since middle school and ever since he moved to WonJu, Kaden would sometimes say “I miss ##, I wish I could go see him and just hang out. Or even just meet up for coffee or something.” I think Kaden would say something along those lines every three to four weeks

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  • Keeping my senses up to date

    I have been a Brand Consultant for more than 10 years now but for the past year, I have just lived the life of an English Teacher. Not just your typical English teacher who teaches kids and adults but an English teacher who focuses on adults. Mainly teaching speech and communication in English. That could be from phonics, pronunciation to anything like daily conversation skills or even Keynote presentation skills.

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