Again, I rave about Best Nails in Songtan! (AKA, “The Purple Place”) Mason and I went wednesday for date night and I got to have “Hani” this time-she is wonderful and gave me a great pedi, and some beautiful fresh polish for my toes. I told her to do her favorite flower (I have learned […]
I spent half of my day today with Michael (my big-little brother) at the Yong-in Driver’s License Testing Site. Michael is now 20 by Korean age, so he is eligible for a Korean Driver’s license. What an adventurous day it turned out to be! We were able to knock out the majority of the rigamarole […]
The key to my heart is massage. No joke. Not chocolate. Not makeup (though I am a Mary Kay Consultant and LOVE me some glamour!) Not diamonds (I have 26 fine ones from my love, thank you). MASSAGE. Got it? Mason does. That’s why he has fully embraced the path to the key to my […]
My Christmas was very different this year. For the first time in 5 years I had Christmas with my family. For the first time ever Mason & I shared Christmas with all of my immediate family…in Korea! (though it didn’t feel as much like “home” as you may think it would have) This Christmas brought […]
Our little Christmas Tree…perfect for the 2 of us. Directions: Remove from plastic bag storage Fluff branches. Remove hideous Medusa Santa? face. Merry Christmas! I love this kind of decorating…so simple and I have a happy Mason with a simple Christmas Tree! What is a new (to you) decoration you have for Christmas this year?
When I walked out of work today I stopped mid-stride at the smell that penetrated my nostrils…sesame oil! It is not only one of my favorite smells OF ALL TIME… …I love cooking with it! Hence, I share with you tonight’s dinner. Dun-dun-dun DUHN! Sesame Chicken Stir-fry 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts ½ cup honey […]
Flashback: Thanksgiving 2010…we had a feast of a spread at Mission Baptist Church to share with our community. We are more than blessed! How are you blessed?
When Mason & I were making the radical move from Texas (solid church, growing youth ministry, stable jobs, great friends, etc.) we felt pretty crazy. It seemed that very few people understood our decision to obey God. He had clearly told us to step in faith; for us that meant that we had to move […]
This is a very common site in Korea Children’s Backpacks “Ga-bang” Koreans are very passionate about having the proper image or uniform for whatever activity they are engaging in. This means that for students (be they any level of school, including college) they HAVE to have a “ga-bang”. It is required. This is why the […]