Near the beggining of the month, I put up some Christmas lights that have 8 different flashing modes (including one mode that doesn't flash at all) I managed to hang the lights on small nails I banged into the cealing. This month I made 3 kinds of cookies, gingerbread, oatmeal raisin, and peanut butter swirl cookies for a Christmas cookie party at our apartment. While in the book section of the local store, I saw the last Harry Potter book just coming out for sale in Korean.
It is interesitng how that there are fun flavors here that you can't get in the States except maybe from "every flavor botts beans", but then you get bad flavors too. I tried to make some strawberry pizza for fun, but the crust recipe said 8 instead of 4 cups of flour, so I ended up making strawberry shortbread for all our friends, the teacher's at my husband's school, my Bible study and still had one for home. For Halloween, my husband's school asked him to dress up as a "halloweenish" type character as halloween is an "American" holliday they wanted the children to "expierence" it.
For Chusok, my husband's school gave him a "Spam Giftset" and one of our Korean friends bought our son a traditional Korean outfit called a "Hombok". One day, while driving home from church, I saw a very nice turtle sandbox at a yardsale for just a few dollars, so despite the fact that we were leaving to Korea in a week or so, I bought it, cleaned it and now have it stored with all the rest of our stuff for our son to play in whenever we return. One time, such as the time my sister and I were lost for hours in MA after buying a very nice baby backpack (so i could easily carry my son though the airport without a stroller), the toy dog lulled my son to sleep and he slept camly for a long time.
Before my husband left to teach English in Korea we visited the nearby shaker village, which is now "closed" as no shakers live there, but it is still open for tourists and some local artisans. In Korea, near where my husband teaches at J Language,(in the top upper-right of the building inthe picture).
Nearby there are some very nice cat-o-nine-tales growing which swayed happily for me as i took pictures. For my birthday this year I got a nice chocolate cake and little bath oils that tell a silly story, a rock tumbler kit and an apron to tye-dye (which i did with my sister while she was here). Durring the last weekend of the end of the month, one of my husband's college roomates and his family visited.
Just for fun, here's a picture of our son walking past a fire-hydrant, i thought it gives a good perspective on how tall --or short he is right now. For easter I tried to make chocolate eggs the same way i make egg candles, but it didn't work as easily as i thought.
I now understand more personaly what it is about used car salesmen that makes people cringe, as we (for the first time) bought a "new" used car that adds an extra bill into our monthly budget for a couple of years. Oddly, our son learned how to climb stairs while we waited at the army tax offie to get our taxs done. One interesting thing about living near an Army airfeild is that we get to see all the helicopters and interesting airplanes come and go all day long.

Summer comes without waiting for sping for pass here in the south, and as usuall, none of the community pools open until mid-may.
For some reason that i think my brother-in-law demonstrates in his log*, babies think boxes are very fun to play in, with or without the packing.
It isn't offishally spring, but after the freezing ice cold of NH, it sure feels like spring here, espicily since it's warm enough to wear sandles or sit outside and read in the sun as my husband demonstrates. For valantines day, my husband gave me some chocolate and a puzzle game called Zuma (screenshot) i'd been playing on my parent's computer. Stand by for another Christmas cracker - my annual Boxing Day quiz based on a year of sizzling scoops and racy revelations. Then, because origami is fun, I made some origami ornaments and hung them on the lights for extra decoration along with our christmas stockings. I never made a hat before, so I started making one, only to find the hat was to small for me, but perfectly sized for a child.
So my husband dressed up as a very intelegent wise man or wizard and gave the students candy provided my the school. One interesitng thing about the store here is they give you an "extra 30%" but they just tape the extra 30% to the side of whatever you're buying. The flowers are quite small for sunflowers and the plant itself is quite short, but that of course dosne't matter becuase the bright yellow flowers still are fun to look at. Even after melting the wax, the candle making process is an all day project, so I forgot to take pictures of my husband or my sister dipping their hands in wax. At low tide, Plumb Island has mini streams of calm water on the beach that are perfect for small children to play in.
So now he is enjoying teachign english, while I wait for our son's passport and our things from GA to arrive. As if proving the local need for english teachers, there is a weird and funny sign on a window in town that make no sence at all.
For fun, and becuase I found some green food coloring laying in the cupboard, I desided to make a cute turtle cake.
For example, while on a walk in downtown Savannah, I found a fun candle shop that sells "hand" candles.
My husband wanted to bring his computer and also to visit some of his old college friends, so he drove a long road trip form GA to NH, fourtunatly my son and I were able to get a direct flight and travles the same distance in 3 hours on an airplane. It is kindof fun, and has different lables for everyrthing like "personalize" instead of "properties", and the usless 3-D flip programs thing is fun to stare at when I'm boared. I made a spoon rest for the stove and an icecream cone for my husband to eat icecream from.

I gave some cookies for my husband to take to his school, and the rest were for the cookie party. The trouble with making slippers is you have to knitt two of them-- so if you take to long on the first, you aren't going to be motivated to work on the second, and as time passes the chances of the second one every being completed becomes dismal at best.So, to make knitting faster, i "cheated" by using knitting needles (the coathanger ones) twice the thickness of the ones the pattern calls for and the thick slippers still came out great.
Later I discovered the reaons for this is that in Korea they release thick books in three parts. It is said to be one of the most difficult things to learn (I learned the "easier" version of the kawasaki rose) and even after finding how to make the "standared rose*", it took me two days to get it right.
So now my son has a hat, and the next day or so I knitt a larger hat the right size for myself.
Or if it's buy one get one free, just to make sure you don't forget the "free" thing it's taped to the side. He liked playing in the water so much that I found a nice little "duck pool" (really it is thing you're suppose to put into bath) for my son to play in on hot afternoons.
First of all, my husband had to go to training on a desert base in CA (near some hills) and i could not come, so i stayed in NH and helped my younger sister finish a couple of corespondent courses (english and biology), which was harder than it sounds becuase sudoku is evidently more fun than homework. My son loved to look at the ice from his excelant warm viewpoint, and wiggled happily despite the fact that he was getting his first four teeth all at once. Thinking of grandmothers, our son had fun visiting both his grandmother'sdurring the week, and getting his picture taken while learning to crawl or playwith with bubbles. OR download and print, get the answers from the groom-to-be and then take it to your hen night – cue lots of giggles with the girls! There’s a magnum of champagne for the winner, picked at random, and a bottle of fizz for the six runners-up. You repeatadle dip your hand from the ice water to the wax-vat until the wax on your hand is nice and thick, then the shop helper losends the still soft wax from you hand and dips it in whatever colors you like. Although we had fun watching the dolphins jump into the water, we didn't manage to get a single picture of a dolphin out of the water becuase they more so fast.
As the tide came in, our friends (who helped build the pit) had fun building a wall around the hole to keep the water out.interestinly our son for the first time wasn't afraid of the waves and really enjoyed getting slpashed by the salty water. One shows some toys (showing the painted fully assembled wooden puzzle merri-go-round model i got for christmas). What did Prince Charles reply when David Blunkett said his Highgrove gardens smelt of lavender.A.

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