Monthly Archives: October 2013

Couch potato to marathon in 8 weeks

Here in korea I have been so thankful to have a awesome running trail right outside my house. Currently 10 weeks pregnant, I’m gearing up for my first (and possibly only) half marathon while living here. The race is in … Continue reading

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Weekday routine

Now that we’ve been here a little bit, we’ve become much more at home here in Daegu. We understand the bus systems more, are comfortable in our jobs, have made a few more friends avid can (slowly) read Hangul (Korean) … Continue reading

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Pregnant in a Foreign Land.

We are thrilled to announce that we are pregnant, and expecting baby C to join us roughly May 28th. AHHHHH!!!!! 🙂 I know, surprise, surprise. We are so thankful that God has blessed us with this little one. It is … Continue reading

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(new) home sweet home.

Home sweet home. Korea has provided a lot of new experiences, the most drastic of which is living on the 10th floor of an apartment complex in a city of 4 million. It’s been fun adjusting to korea and city … Continue reading

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The Best Korean Bank Account You Don’t Have

Originally posted on Aaron Snowberger's Home Abroad:
Today, the exchange rate for the Korean Won took one of the largest drops it’s had in over a month, bringing it from about 1356 Won down to 1278.25 (to $1 US).…

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Colorful Daegu

Tuesday morning finds me sill in bed, sipping a cup of tea, watching from my window my  city slowly wake up and begin its day that won’t end until late into the night. Even though it’s only Tuesday, not many … Continue reading

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Beautiful Busan

Last week, the first week we were supposed to be “real(ish)” happened to land on the Korean holiday Chuseok, which most closely resembles our Thanksgiving. We got Thursday and Friday off, so a few friends from school (both ORU and … Continue reading

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