Year Two, Week Forty-one—Amber

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My very last How We See Korea post before we leave this amazing country. Is it weird to cry over leaving a blog? (don’t answer that) When we first got to Korea, I would have moments of what I call “Google Mapping” myself. I would envision myself on this peninsula and zoom out to where I could view myself from space. Not believing that I was in Korea. I would often tell my friends “We’re in SEOUL!!!” while walking around the city. For at least the first year I would be filled with disbelief that I was living in one of the biggest cities in the world. Now it just seems normal. This blue dot has only left Korea once since we began our journey in this country. I can’t believe that I won’t get to see it here again for (likely) a very long time! I’m going to miss this place so much. I cried when I found out we’d be coming- and I’ll be crying when we leave. I love this country. I will miss it. I will miss HWSK. I will miss all of my dear friends, who have become family, that I have gotten to know here. So blessed to have had this journey.

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  • Pete Siegel - The Sheppard AFB crew is waiting for you. Betty Jean and I are looking forward to seeing you. How about starting a How We See Texas photo project?ReplyCancel

  • Bethany - I am not ok with you leaving! I am so grateful that our Korea journeys overlapped; you will be greatly missed!ReplyCancel