This is the view out the front door of Husband’s parents’ house. The view is similar to the right and to the left. There are mountains everywhere. It feels good to be tucked away in this valley, enjoying the warmth of heated floors and incredible Korean food. It’s safe here. Safe for my heart and mind and soul. I’m wrapped up in peace.
The past few days have been full of all kinds of grown-up things. We have new haircuts, a new car (almost), and a new hospital for BP. Korea is such a magical place that I actually can’t wait to go to the hospital. I mean, really. That website is legit.
Next up: getting my permanent visa, finding jobs, and looking for a house. If that doesn’t make you feel old, I don’t know what will.
2011 was a great year, but 2012 is going to be a really great year.
Things to look forward to:
Learning more Korean! (like it’s my full-time job)
Finding out if BP is a boy or a girl! (any guesses?)
Sewing again! (don’t let me wear anything that I sew myself)
Eating cheese! (pizza. every day)
BP’s arrival! (duh. definitely the most exciting)
Christmas in America! (it’s been way too many years)
I’m thankful for such a strong, overwhelming peace during this time of transition.
We are in good hands.