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TOILET PAPER DIAPERS

Two of my dear Filipina sisters are blessed to become/have become mothers. You can see from my previous post howView full post »

2 DAYS OLD…

Exciting news? Here it is… A two day old baby! For the past 2 weeks, I’ve anxiously waited for my phone toView full post »

HOW OLD AM I?

Am I 23 or 24 years old? I never thought I’d have an issue trying to remember my age on my birthday, until now…View full post »

MY MOM…

It’s hard to fathom it’s been over a year and a half since my mom died. Some days it feels like years have goneView full post »

THAILAND WITH MICHAEL AND SUSAN

For weeks I was counting down the days till my brother and sister arrived in Seoul. It had only been a little over 4View full post »

BROKEN…

As I’ve gotten to know the Filipina girls better, hear their stories, and research more about slaves and prostitutionView full post »

DAVID AND ELAINE

David and Elaine have become more than just friends, but have truly become my family in Korea. I’ve been so blessed byView full post »

JEJU BRIDAL PREVIEW

Enjoy a little sneak peek of the bridal session… Full blog post to come. Isn’t she stunning?? Love thisView full post »

“I CAN HELP YOU…”

Some of you may know from a previous postthat I’ve been working with Philippina victims at a prostitute shelter. I’View full post »

WHAT IS BEAUTY? IS DOUBLE EYELIDS EVERYTHING?

Beauty…what really defines this word? Is it the certain brands of clothes we wear, the size and look of our bodiesView full post »

A FEW SIGHTS…

Gyeongbokgung Palace is the most royal and largest palace built by the Joseon Dynasty. I couldn’t get over theView full post »

SEOUL TOWER…

Located on Namsan mountain, Seoul Tower is the highest landmark in Seoul. Overlooking the breathtaking view of Seoul,View full post »

ORPHANS…

This week we had 180 orphans along with our 200 regular students at our camp.  I was warned weeks in advance ofView full post »

MY PLASTIC CARD

You hear stories of foreigners fighting for months, years, and sometimes decades to behold a 3 x 5 plastic card. This isView full post »

CELEBRATING LUNAR NEW YEAR

You maybe thinking the Koreans are a little late celebrating the New Year. They’re not. Lunar New Year (Seollal) isView full post »

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