I don’t have a goal for 2020. I used to set goals at the beginning of the year and would read through them all throughout the year. I used to set about 5 really simple goals. Things like, pray every day for the children or go to Zumba class at least 2 times a week. Stuff like that. However, I decided to start this year, I won’t be setting any
It’s never easy preparing myself for the next year. Especially when it comes to dairy, planners, or journal things I have to purchase. I always need one for the next year but end up not being able to wait and getting it purchased in November or October and have in handy. Although the next year is so many months away. I still have to get it soon enough and have
I bought a Gingerbread town set from Market Kurly last week and Josh really wanted to get his hands on it and start making it on Saturday. So, we did!
Everyone has some kind of turning-point in life. Whether it’s religiously or just in their daily routines. There comes a time when life takes you on a different path. I had my turning point last week. I went in for a usual and annual health check that made me go for a more thorough exam. A biopsy.
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
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.
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
It’s always really hard to make it to Yeo Ju (여주) and visit Kaden’s Grandma’s grave. We did, however, manage to go last weekend in time for her memorial. I still remember her smiling at me and telling me to come inside for some rice cakes and a cup of tea. She always gave me a cup of green tea, every time we went to see her. She was so
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