One week out!

This morning I woke up with a pounding heart. I think it’s finally hitting me that I’m leaving for Korea in a week.

My room is a disaster, I haven’t started packing, and I have a million and a half things (mostly toiletries) I still need to buy. Plus, I haven’t gotten my visa yet (might have to go without one), haven’t heard from the people who are supposed to pick me up from the airport, and I can’t remember the username and password I created two years ago on the Language Institute website, so I currently can’t register for classes.


Well, it’s okay. I still have a week.


…And 4 hours later, I realize that my visa has been neatly pasted into my passport for the past month. Wow. Clearly everything is going to be just fine.

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After living in South Korea for over 7 years, Elizabeth is back in the States finding a new normal. Currently in seminary, she is enjoying unpacking questions of faith in a new context. Amidst the tension of brokenness and conviction, she continues to find grace. And above all else, she continues to pursue the God who inspires childlike wonder.

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