Friday, July 1, 2011

Mil Spouse Friday Fill-In (compliments of Wife of a Sailor)

1. Have you (spouse) ever considered joining the military and what do you think of dual military couples? submitted by Project Army Wife
We have tossed around the idea of me joining the Army through the AMEDD program, and it is still an option, however i think I have other things I want to do with my life. I also like just being able to support my husband and travel the world with him. I have a lot of respect for dual military families. I know it isn't for the weak.

2. What is your idea of a perfect Sunday afternoon? submitted by A Few of My Favorite Things
Sunday has always been our favorite day :) When we were in the states we always had lunch with my mom and spent the rest of the day together catching up from a busy week and getting ready to start another one. Now that we are in Korea (if my hubby is ever off on a Sunday) we like to sleep in a bit, go to brunch and then spend the day relaxing and catching. Sometimes a nice walk through the market is fun :)

3. What do you usually do for the 4th of July holiday? submitted by Anchor’s Away
If we were back in the states we would definitely be having a BBQ with friends and enjoying the outdoors, of course with fire works :) The past 2 we have been in Korea, and my husband has worked, so we haven't gotten to celebrate..

4. What have you been doing to get yourself bathing suit ready for the summer? submitted by Not Just an Army Wife

Not enough due to the weather here :( I gotta get on that, however and get ready for our trip to Hilton Head Island in September!!! As soon as I can I'll be doing lots of walking to tone up :)

Friday, March 4, 2011

Mil Spouse Friday Fill-In (compliments of Wife of a Sailor)

1. Do you or your {spouse} ever wish your {spouse} was in a different branch of the military?

We are extremely happy being Army ~ I've heard my hubby a few times say, "Maybe I should have joined the Marines", but I'm pretty sure it has only been when he is really pissed at the Army. LOL

2. What duty station(s) are on your “No Way, Hell No, Not Going, Have Fun Unaccompanied” list and why?

After spending the past 17 months in S. Korea, I would NOT come back here, unless we were stationed in Area 2 or further. That being said, I am blessed to be here with him, but the area we are in is just not ready for spouses and families yet.

3. If you could be one age forever, what age would you choose and why?

Hmmm.... I think I would go back to 32, it was a very weird year. I was heart broken when my dad passed away that year, but a few months later I met my hubby and my life was forever changed. Early 30's are a great time, you really start to know yourself as an "adult" :)

4. If you were a breakfast cereal, which one would you be?

Lucky Charms :) The actual cereal makes you feel like it could be good for you and then toss in all those bright colored marshmallows and it makes it delightful!

5. What is your morning beverage of choice and why?

Coffee!! Any kind of coffee will do. I just need one cup for a caffeine kick to start my day, however I wish I could have a mini Starbucks in my kitchen, so I could have a cafe Mocha anytime :)

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Things I will miss about Korea....

Beef and Leaf (okay just the beef and Pork kalbi, not the standard octopus, kimchi, etc that comes along with it)

Chilsung Cider (It's like American Sprite only better)

Korean Coca Cola (yes it tastes better than the states)

Korean McDonalds (also tastes better than the states)

Daiso (it's an amazing dollar store x 1000!)

Convenience store and coffee shops on every corner and I mean every corner

Being able to drag my feet, I'm pretty sure it's socially acceptable to drag your feet here ~ always remember my mom yelling at me to pick up my feet :)

The train! It makes it so easy to get around! (and it's cheap!)

The little kids ~ they are so cute here, all the girls are dressed in pink and the little boys are too LOL I love when they know how to say hello :)

The driving laws, Stop signs and red lights are optional, if no one is coming, you GO!

Skin Food and Face Shop ~ and all the other 5 billion skin care places around

Kiochon wings! They are triple fried and have garlic infused in them :)

Korean cucumbers

Ono's ~ love their wings and melon pops :)

The Ville ~ cheap purses, shoes, jersey's, hats, gloves, socks, movies, video games, knick knacks, mink blankets :)

The fact that Korean's love golf

Being able to talk shit when you are out and about because usually no one knows what the hell you're talking about

The work out equipment that is EVERYWHERE

Happy Wok! American Chinese restaurant with the BEST Jack Daniels Chicken and Pork

Chongs ~ a restaurant with the biggest omelet you will ever see in your life

Hmmmm thats's all I can think of for now, but I will surely add things as I think of them :)

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 15

Day 15 is something I want to do before I die ~ The picture is self explanatory :)

Friday, February 25, 2011

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 14

Day 14 is someone I could not imagine my life without, and that is Josh and our furkids, Cooper, Layla, and Zoey :) Love them with all my heart!

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 13

Day 13 is a picture of my favorite music artist ~ I love, love, love Lenny Kravitz! He's amazing and quite sexy, too :)

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 11 and 12

Day 11 is something I hate and that is drama! Life would be so much better without it!

Day 12 is something I love and that is the sunrise on Hilton head Island ~ Gorgeous!

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 10

Day 10 is the person I do the most messed up things with and again, that's my sweet hubby. We have a fun and crazy time no matter what we are doing and where we are at :)

Mil Spouse Friday Fill-In (compliments of Wife of a Sailor)

1. Aside from no deployments, what is one thing you would want to make the MilSpouse life “perfect”?

The 2 places we have been so far have not had any support for spouses, and with being in Korea right now, that would be a super thing to have. There is a lot more support for people with children, but unfortunately we don't have kids, so people without kids get lost in the shuffle.

2. Just how many peppers did Peter Piper pick?

Hmmm a bakers dozen? LOL

3. If you could have any career in the world with nothing holding you back, what would you do?

I would definitely be a child Psychologist :)

4. Do you have a service oriented tattoo and if so what is it. If you don’t what would you get?

I do not have a service oriented tattoo, I will leave that up to my hubby to get LOL I prefer the girly tattoos I have :)

5. Imagine a block of time has opened up in your busy day for you to take a class in anything you like. What subject would you choose?

Anything that has to do with being a pastry chef ~ I want to learn how to decorate cakes and bake lots of goodies :)

Sunday, February 20, 2011

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 9

Day 9 is a picture of someone who has gotten me through the most, and that would be myself. I have been blessed with awesome coping skills thanks to my parents, and I have always tried to take charge of my own life. When my dad passed away, I dealt with things myself and with the help of my mom. I have friends back home that didn't even contact me at that time. I have learned not to rely on people, because when you need them, they are usually not there :(

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 8

Day 8 is a picture that makes me laugh LOL This is my silly hubby sitting by my mom's pool a few summers ago with his Miller lite and her sun hat on :) no matter what, Josh can always make people smile and laugh, it is definitely one of his greatest qualities :)

Friday, February 18, 2011

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 6 and 7

Day 6 is someone I would like to trade places with for a day ~ Dr. Phil :) I love him, his attitude, his brain, and the way he works with people with all sorts of problems. I want to go to his show and meet him in person someday :)

day 7 is a picture of my most treasured item ~ I had to pic my adorable furbabies, except Zoey is missing from the picture. I love my furkids! they don't talk back and they are awesome company, and trust me I cherish them being here in Korea with me since most days I am here alone.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 4 and 5

Day 4 is a night I will remember and Day 5 is a a picture of a favorite memory :) This is one of my favorite wedding pictures and goes with day 4 and 5. 7/8/06 was the best day of my life, I married my best friend, and we started an incredible journey. I love you, Josh!

Monday, February 14, 2011

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 3

A picture from the cast of my favorite TV show ~ Love, love, love this show! Josh and I have watched every episode and look forward to it being on each week. Check it out, it's a fun show!!

Sunday, February 13, 2011

The 6 month countdown is on :)

So Josh and I have finally hit our 6 month countdown to moving back to the states :) It's an extremely exciting feeling, but now we wait.... It seems as though we should have orders by now, but we haven't heard a word. We have some ideas of where we might go, but the Army likes to throw surprises in the mix, so I guess we will wait. Nice thing is, time goes fast here, Thank God! Some days I don't know how it goes so fast, because I have so much time on my hands. Josh just went back to work after a few day cycle break and having all his wisdom teeth cut out. Thing is, he doesn't work a normal schedule. He leaves at 4:30 AM, and if it's a good day he may arrive home before 7:00 PM. And that's not just Monday to Friday, that includes most weekends :( All those nice 3 and 4 day weekends for holidays, yea he doesn't get those either. When he got the instructor position in April, they should have canceled our command sponsorship and sent me home. This is not a position to have your family along for the ride. We came to Korea off of 4 years of Recruiting Duty, and that is a tough life. Lots and lots of hours and stress, but in all honesty how we live now makes recruiting look like a dream. Don't get me wrong, I am very blessed to be here with him, to have him home and safe every night, and have him not be deployed, but I must thank God everyday for the strength of our marriage, because it's definitely a stressful situation. I think that's why I get so bitter when I see people complaining that their husband doesn't get home til 5 or 6 PM and may have to work a Saturday here or there. The military is a rough life and not for everyone, but we all handle things differently. I thank my parents for instilling independence in me, so I can keep myself occupied without going crazy and the coping skills I have gained over the years. But anyway, I got off topic, and the point of this post ~ we now have less than 6 months left in Korea!! Let the countdown begin :)

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 2

A picture of the person I have been closest to the longest is my mom Judy AKA Frieda :) As with any mother and daughter, we did not always had the closest relationship (teenage years!), but after we got through that, and when I went away to college, she became my best friend. Leaving her behind in PA to move to Korea was very hard for me, but she has spread her wings and is doing fine on her own. I love her more than anything, and she is such a supporter of Josh and I. I can't wait until we are back in the states, so it will be easier to visit ~ I love you, Mom!

Saturday, February 12, 2011

30 Day Photo Challenge ~ Day 1 a picture of myself with 10 facts

1. I am a true believer of Karma, what goes around comes around.
2. I'm an only child and am very close with my mom. I was a daddy's girl, but he passed away a few years ago very unexpectedly, and I have never gotten closure.
3. I love my husband more then words could ever describe and will always be his biggest supporter. Nothing or nobody could ever break our bond.
4. I am afraid of fire and double check things a million times to make sure they are off. (a little OCD ~ Yea maybe)
5. I was a band nerd in high school, but I wouldn't change it for the world, even though Josh still teases me all the time :)
6. I NEVER in a million years imagined myself as a military wife, but here I am, and aside from some frustrations, it's a REALLY good life.
7. I hate how I look in pictures :(
8. I love to dance, and could dance anywhere, it makes life interesting!
9. I'm completely afraid of the dentist
10. I am eagerly anticipating our next move with the Army ~ a lot of people don't like change, but I am looking forward to starting fresh somewhere new again.

I have been seeing a lot of people doing this challenge on Facebook, so I decided I will give it a shot, except I will do it on my Blog, since I have been a blog slacker LOL Josh was off work for almost 2 weeks which was excellent, but when he's off we get so wrapped up in each other that we both become slackers. Not gonna lie, I LOVE when we are slackers together :)
Day 01 - A picture of yourself with ten facts
Day 02 - A picture of you and the person you have been closest with the longest.
Day 03 - A picture of the cast from your favorite show.
Day 04 - A picture of a night you'll remember.
Day 05 - A picture of your favorite memory.
Day 06 - A picture of a person you'd love to trade places with for a day.
Day 07 - A picture of your most treasured item.
Day 08 - A picture that makes you laugh.
Day 09 - A picture of the person who has gotten you through the most.
Day 10 - A picture of the person you do the most messed up things with.
Day 11 - A picture of something you hate.
Day 12 - A picture of something you love.
Day 13 - A picture of your favorite band or artist.
Day 14 - A picture of someone you could never imagine your life without.
Day 15 - A picture of something you want to do before you die.
Day 16 - A picture of someone who inspires you.
Day 17 - A picture of something that has made a huge impact on your life recently.
Day 18 - A picture of your biggest insecurity.
Day 19 - A picture of you when you were little.
Day 20 - A picture of somewhere you'd love to travel.
Day 21 - A picture of something you wish you could forget.
Day 22 - A picture of something you wish you were better at.
Day 23 - A picture of your favorite book.
Day 24 - A picture of something you wish you could change.
Day 25 - A picture of your day.
Day 26 - A picture of something that means a lot to you.
Day 27 - A picture of yourself and a family member.
Day 28 - A picture of something you're afraid of.
Day 29 - A picture that can always make you smile.
Day 30 - A picture of someone you miss

Friday, February 4, 2011

Mil Spouse Friday Fill-In (compliments of Wife of a Sailor)

1. Since most of the country has had nasty weather, what has your weather been like this week?
We are fortunately and unfortunately missing the crazy weather in the US. Korea comes with it's own crazy weather, however. It's been awesome temps this week though in the hi 30's during the day which is sweet :) Definitely beats the many weeks of not getting over 15 degrees and often dipping below zero at night. Sure would love some more snow though!

2. What is/are your best money saving tip(s)?
I used a lot of coupons back in the states, but not so much here :( We decide a menu for the week and shop for only that when grocery shopping "trying" to stay away from any extras (junkfood)

3. What was your favorite vehicle you’ve ever owned??
My favorite car was a white 1996 Chevy Cavalier the first year they were re-designed. It looked good, drove good, and made me feel like a "superstar" LOL

4. What is a question you’d like to see asked in a future fill-in? (Your question & blog just may appear one week!)
If you could have any career in the world with nothing holding you back, what would you do??

5. Fill in the blank: You might be a MilSpouse if….
You know you can never make plans ahead of time, because the Army always finds ways to change them

Wednesday, February 2, 2011


You may see the word McDonalds and think big deal, I just ate there yesterday (we did actually), but McDonalds is a pretty big deal when you live in a foreign country. Actually that and any other American Restaurant you may come across. It took us almost 2 months to find a McDonalds in Korea when I got here, and it was kind of a project to get there, but boy oh boy was it worth it! You could not even imagine how good it tastes when it's not readily accessible to you and on every other street. It's delicious!! In the states, you can use the drive thru anytime you are craving some french fries or maybe thirsty for a big sweet tea :) We haven't braved the drive thru here, it's sometimes hard enough to order face to face with the language barrier, but oh so worth it. The McDonalds in our area is a short train ride away or a pain in the ass car ride away with the traffic. But they just closed it down and remodeled it, and geez they went all out! I'm talking high class McD's! Should take some pics, because it puts the U.S McD's to shame :) But anyways..... as we were driving to McD's yesterday we were very close to our house where they have been building something, that kind of looked like a bank, and lo and behold on the front of the building is a banner saying "coming soon McDonalds" I'm pretty sure Josh and I almost did a little jig of happiness :) Most importantly because it's within walking distance of our apartment! Don't get me wrong, we don't want a steady diet of McDonalds, but everything in Korea is a project and to just have something so close made us feel like we were stateside again. Oh and because we love the Choco Oreo McFlurry ;)

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Mil Spouse Friday Fill-In (compliments of Wife of a Sailor)

  1. If you were a famous movie star, what types of movies would you star in? Definitely comedies!! Anything to make people smile and laugh :)
  2. What is a vacation you would like to take if money were no object? I would goto Hilton Head Island and stay until... well forever, because I could never get enough of that place!
  3. Did you have pets growing up? We had a poodle named Trooper and he disliked me terribly because my parents got him a few months before I was born :(
  4. What do you do for exercise? Wii Active every other day and walking when I can ~ I was doing Zumba but it's too much of a project in Korea to get there so definitely Zumba when we are back in the states.
  5. What is the best piece of advice you've ever received as a MilSpouse? Oh wow.... I think to keep a positive attitude for my soldier as much as I can :)

How would you answer these questions? Look for new ones every Friday :)

Monday, January 24, 2011

Infertility sucks!

So I'm sure most people that know Josh and I have a burning question as to why we don't have kids ~ and then of course there are the people who don't care or just assume what they want. Truth is, we suffer from unexplained infertility. Can't explain that to you, because no one can explain it to us. We have been trying for 4 and a half years with no success. Before we left Pennsylvania, we were seeing a doctor for almost a year, including 6 total months of the fertility drug Clomid and 3 unsuccessful cycles of IUI. These months were all monitored with plenty on ultrasounds where it was seen that I was producing beautiful follicles. However, we had no success. We would really love to have a baby, and my biological clock is not slowing down :( Will we not be complete without a baby?? No, not at all. We are complete now, a baby would just add some more blessing to our marriage. Instead we have furkids for now that we love very much. Layla, our chihuahua is 10, Cooper our Cocker Spaniel is 3, and Zoey our crazy cat is 2. We also have a cat, Marleigh, back in the states, and our cat Ziggy was put down a few months ago. A few months ago on a military spouse board another wife insinuated that I had no idea how hard it could be to travel with kids LOL Well let me tell you.... showing up in Washington D.C. with 3 animal crates to fly to S. Korea was no picnic LOL Okay, maybe I didn't have a baby buggy, but traveling with pets was quite a project. But anyways, we try not to let infertility bring us down and we do a good job with that making the best of time and do the things we want for now. Also, people in the military community really are not as interested in hanging out with you when you don't have kids, even though there are things to talk about in life besides pregnancy and kids, sadly I don't think some people realize that :( It's sad to lose friendships because someone gets pregnant, why discriminate everyone has a story and infertility is no joy ride, believe me. On top of that, believe it or not there are people that just chose not to have kids, does that mean they shouldn't be accepted? Hell No, they are people, too! You may think you know, but you have no idea until you have been there. I still haven't quite figured that out since people are people regardless of if they have kids or not because we're still really cool, fun people, but anyways...... We are happy to have each other and if God has a plan for us, we will eventually see success. Enough of my rant..

Friday, January 21, 2011

Josh, My Love and Best Friend

So, I figured I would tell my love story :) I had been through my share of dead end relationships that went NO WHERE.... One very boring day, I decided to make a profile on Yahoo Personals, kind of as a joke with a friend of mine. Let me tell ya, there really wasn't much going on on there LOL One random Friday, I got a message from a guy who had just moved to the area on recruiting duty. I checked it out and thought about it for 2 days until sending him a message. Long story short, we ended up talking on IM the rest of that day and on the phone pretty much all night. He invited me over to his house the next night for peanut butter and jelly and wine :) I know, it was weird and I didn't know if this guy was a serial killer, but I had a good vibe so I followed my gut (plus he was also from PA, so he couldn't have been that bad!). Online dating is not for everyone, and I can't even say I online dated really, but I have seen some epic failures with it. That was 8/1/05. I show up at his apartment as he is walking in, so I sat there for a few minutes to gather the never to ring the bell LOL From the moment he answered the door I felt as ease and this was when BDU's were still worn, so he looked oh so sharp! He asked if I minded if he went to take a shower, so I chilled out and watched TV while he did and the whole time he kept yelling out from the bathroom, "are you still there?" LOL I guess he thought maybe I was going to bolt ~ but instead I had called my mom to let her know he was very sweet and not a murderer ~ Ha! We hit it off instantly and as cliche as it might sound fell in love at first sight :) The rest is pretty much history ~ We moved in together shortly after, got engaged 12/17/05 and married 7/8/06, best day of my life so far :) And that brings us to now ~ We are a VERY happy couple. We do everything together, but we also know when the other needs some space. Our greatest thing is communication. I find it sad how many couples we have met that have no communication skills :( It's so easy! We are each others biggest fans and no matter what we keep our love alive. Is what we have perfect?? Nothing in life is perfect, but it is the next best thing. Currently we are on this big adventure in Korea, but in a few months we get to start another adventure wherever the Army decides to send us, and we couldn't be more excited! As long as we are together, that's all that matters. And even though his job may keep him for long hours and someday we may be separated by deployment, we have what it takes to be strong and keep our love alive. So that's the short, sweet version of Josh and I, true soul mates. P.S. our online love story was featured in a newspaper article :)

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Job Interviews

So I have had 2 job interviews since I have been in S. Korea. Let me tell you about the first one first... When we moved to Uijongbu in April, I was having lunch on post with the girls, and this guy (an officer) turned to our table to ask if any of us were looking for work. Well heck yea! So he proceeded to tell us that his wife works at a school teaching English and they were in desperate need of help, because someone who was on the their way over from the states, through a recruiting agency was having doubts. He gave me her info to get in touch with her. I emailed her my Resume ASAP and she called that afternoon and set up an interview for the next day. Went to the interview, it went well, and it seemed like something that was going to work out ~ Sweet! Well the weekend passed and then a few days and finally I emailed the girl to see how things were looking, and 2 weeks later she FINALLY emailed me back to tell me the day after my interview she quit, the place sucked, and that she left my info with them, oh and good luck LOL About 2 weeks after that I'm woken up by a call on my cell phone one morning and the lady on the line wants me to do a job reference for the girl who interviewed me. Not gonna lie, so I told the lady I had met her once and hung up ~ WEIRD! Second job interview was today, and I was really nervous, it's an on base job at Camp Casey. I haven't had a "real" interview since 1997 when I got the job at the shelter, so I just feel really out of the loop. However, it went so good, and I am really proud of myself. Only one problem, of course, our DEROS (date we leave) is too close, and by the time I would be hired and trained it would be time for us to hop on the big bird back to the states. I'm a little disappointed, but I'm not sad, pretty much because It was nice to hear again that we are leaving soon ~ YAY, and because now I feel very confident about going back to the states and jumping right in to the job search. I still think 2011 is going to be an awesome year, so I'm gonna enjoy the next couple months of unemployment and S. Korea and look forward to new beginnings :)

Monday, January 17, 2011

I Quit!!

Smoking that is... :) I decided a few months ago that 2011 was going to be the year to quit smoking. I even bought the 1st step of the patch and put it where I would see it atleast once a day to get me mentally prepared. I decided trying to quit on the 1st of the year was setting myself up for Epic failure, so I decided to go for 1/10 (which then turned into 1/11, because 1/11 was a much more interesting number and it was 7 months from our DEROS and leaving Korea ~ Woo-Hoo!) I think I started smoking when I was 16, because I remember coming home and having wads and wads of gum in my mouth thinking it would mask the smell, only learning a few years later that my parents had caught on early on. I never really thought I was addicted to smoking, I just liked it. Especially with a few drinks :) It was always more of something to do with the hands. In Korea, Marlboros are 2,500 won, so around $2.30 a pack, so that makes it very easy to sit around and smoke all day. One of the first people I told I was going to quit said this, "are you crazy?" Nope not crazy, just tired of the cough, the expense, the bad breath, the smell, etc... Today has been a week, and honestly I have never felt better in my life. Research says that your body starts to heal itself as quick as 24 hours after you quit, and I believe it. The cough is gone and my circulation has improved, my fingers and toes are no longer freezing non-stop. I'm happy I decided to quit, and I'm even happier that Josh has quit with me. We will have a longer life together now and there is nothing more I want then that. We are going to start a savings account to take a trip with all the cigarette money we are saving, destination unknown as of now, but I know when we board that plane or boat or whatever it may be, we will be proud of where that money came from :) P.S Dum Dum lollipops have become my new best friend, try it they work!

If you must know..

I guess it would be nice of me to post some sort of intro LOL I'm Jen, I'm 38, and I'm from Carlisle, PA. I graduated from Kutztown University in 1995, with a BA in Psychology and a minor in criminal Justice. Right out of college, I worked at an awesome place called the Hoffman Home for Youth with court appointed juveniles with mental health disorders. Aside from the 4 day on 4 day off schedule and having to live their during the 4 days on, it was an awesome starter job. I loved working with youth and the people I worked with were amazing, too. In 1997, I started at Safe Harbour, a homeless shelter, and stayed there until moving to Korea in October 2009. I started at Safe Harbour as the Parent Support Program Coordinator and moved my way up to Associate director through the years. It was a great experience working there, and I met many people who changed my life, but the job burned me out eventually and by the time I left, I was more then ready. What will be my next career move?? That is yet to be determined, but I don't know at this point if I want to return to the human service field. I do miss working with people, but I want a job where I feel more satisfaction at the end of the day then I did there. Aside from that, working for a non-profit is really no picnic. I guess we will see where the Army sends us next, and I will determine my next career move. I do know that I have enjoyed my year+ of a break from work, but I am 100% ready to work again, and put my people skills to good use :)

But anyway... I'm an only child, my mom still lives in Carlisle, and my dad passed away unexpectedly in 2005. I love to read, golf, dance, shop, listen to music, bowl, bake, tan, drink Miller Lite, get manis and pedis, and most of all spend time with my hardly ever home Hubby, Josh :) More on him later, he gets his own post, he's pretty amazing!

Why the title??

I've titled my blog it's my party and I'll cry if I want to, because this is my blog, and I'll write what I want to and that goes with the tune to the song... or something like that... Anyways, this is the 3rd blog I have attempted to start.. I started one when I found I was going to be able to come to Korea with Josh, never followed through, started another one when I got to Korea, because I wanted to journal all the cool things we saw and did, but never followed through. In all honesty, all the pictures we have taken, tell a good enough story of our adventure here, along with the memories. So this is my 3rd blog, and I can't promise I will write daily or weekly, but I'm pretty sure that I can commit to updating atleast monthly. 2011 is going to be a pretty exciting year, I already have a feeling, and I have been thinking of all the things I'd like to blog about recently, so I need to start somewhere. Maybe no one will read this, and maybe a lot of people will read this but with either way, let me start by saying ahead of time, I'm sorry If I offend anyone, that's not my intention whatsoever, but I think there is a lot people don't know about me, maybe because they have never taken the chance to get to know me, and maybe it's because they just don't give a shit but either way, this is my blog, so welcome and enjoy the ride :)