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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Memories from Korea

Just a few snapshots that reminds me of Korea.  
We miss living there.  
Wish we could go back.  
Maybe someday.  
Maybe.
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Dancing  with the wind.
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Just a bit nostalgic today.  
Looking at the pictures
gives me the feeling of  being there once again. 
 Day dreaming, that's what I am doing.

28 comments:

  1. I have fond memories of my two-week vacation to South Korea (where my wife is from) many years ago; in fact, I'm posting one photo from it almost every Saturday this year.

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  2. Be sure to make your way back. I was last home to see extended family 40 years ago. It is something to regret.

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  3. Good memories are better than nothing...I know how you feel, hope your Sunday is relaxing!

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  4. sweet pictures! I loved Korea when I visited.

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  5. Lovely photos of your family. I hope you get to visit Korea again soon. Thanks for contributing to Mandarin Orange Monday.

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  6. You must visit South Korea! Such an interesting place and wonderful people :)

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  7. Very cute pictures. With your kids, you will be happy wherever you are...Christine

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  8. Oh, your children were so young there in the photos. I think it's good to reflect.

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  9. Yes, beautiful portraits, congratulations. Greetings.

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  10. Yes, beautiful designs and colors.

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  12. Wonderful memories...
    Thanks for the visit :)

    www.1sthappyfamily.com

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  13. Beautiful photos. It is good you keep all these lovely memories.

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  14. it's certainly OK to daydream about the past, sometimes.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  15. Day Dreaming is a perfect word for the letter D.
    I hope your dream will be fulfilled and you can return someday.

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  16. awww, mga maliit pa sina mr and ms burrito. so cute! http://www.jollytoes.com/2012/08/05/strolling-around-new-york-city/

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  17. Often, I think how lucky we are these days to have cameras so we can take photos and remind ourselves of what we have loved. It must have been horrible in the past when you could not even keep the likeness of a loved one's face....

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  18. I hope you get to go back someday.

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  19. Like Terri, I too hope you will go there some time.

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  20. Dear. Rose, I hope you are not homesick! Enjoy your life as it is now with your family.

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  21. I understand your melancholy when looking at photos of times past - I get very nostalgic when seeing any images of the English countryside or Oxford in particular (where I lived for 2 years in my early 20's). However, I then appreciated how blessed I've been to have experienced such travels in my life and the friends made as a result. Somewhere I recall reading some helpful advice, along the lines of "it's OK to look back on the past, just don't get stuck there!". Every stage of our lives becomes woven into the tapestry of who we are, who we've become - enjoy and savour every one.
    Wishing you a more cheerful and encouraging week ahead.

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  22. It's amazing how your kids have grown na sis. Keep it up! Hope you could visit my Mellow Yellow Monday here: http://www.jollytoes.com/2012/08/05/the-yellow-cabs-in-new-york-city-and-sephora-building/

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