Thursday, 26 November 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

It's probably not surprising that I was a little homesick today. I didn't have my parents or my puppy to hug, but at least I can see them on Skype, so I'm eternally thankful for technology. And
Korea also doesn't stock the Thanksgiving essentials that I'm used to: turkey, gravy, cranberries, stuffing, or pie. However, my co-teacher Mrs. Im did hand me a cup of coffee this morning and say "Thanksgiving coffee" so the day wasn't without its special touches.

I'm so lucky that all of my friends and family back home are continuously supporting me from so far away. With the holidays upon us, I will be missing you all the more. Thank you guys.


  1. I miss you!
    That was so sweet of Mrs. Im and give her my thanks for making the day a special one.

  2. We miss you terribly, but are also so thankful for technology to at least hear your voice and see your beautiful face!! I'm counting the days until your visit, and we will leave the Christmas tree up until you're here :-)

    I'm so thankful that you have such a great home, and wonderful friends, and a job you enjoy in such a beautiful country. Your move there allowed us to experience a culture we may never have seen, and this blog has been such a window into your world.

    Thanks to you and Scott for your diligence in posting. We indeed support you 100% as do the others :-)

    Love you daughter!!

  3. I agree with your mother! Love, Dad