Longest Week of My Life

I will be America-bound in 3 days!!!  Woohoo!!!

Time always moves slower when you have something amazing to look forward to. Not only will I get to see my fantabulous family, finally watch Frozen with my little siblings, eat home-cooked food, attend my little sisters’ baptism, and eat crabs–someone better order a big load of Old-Bay-spiced crabs for me please!–but I will finally get to purchase my new MacBook Air!! And watch TV again!! (I know I’m inordinately excited about that point, but I can’t help it.)

If I have any Maryland pride, this is it right here. These guys plus freshly steamed rice is the BEST. Ooh, plus some nice sweet corn on the cob would be perfect! YUM

Meanwhile, though, I’m doing my best to enjoy this week with my students.

And my e-books. (Thanks to my laptoplessness, I’ve even been doing a little Korean studying! Wow, so proud of myself.)  Every day brings moments of laughter and joy and reasons to be thankful. Every day.

Snapped this from the backseat of my coworker's car on my way home from work. Gorgeous.
Snapped this from the backseat of my coworker’s car on my way home from work. What a gorgeous place I live in.

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After living in South Korea for over 7 years, Elizabeth is back in the States finding a new normal. In the tension of brokenness, resilience, and conviction, she chooses faith and depends on grace. She leans into empathy, curiosity, divine whispers, and childlike wonder.

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