Monday, March 22, 2010

me being chatty

This weekend I finished my new April stitchery...I used astor manor fabric for the boarders.



Madi has a new haircut. She loves it and begged to wear her hair down for school this morning...she is crazy. For a few years now Ben has enjoyed the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid books and now Madi is into them. So this weekend we went and saw the movie. It was hilarious!
Korea: I am so tired today. Steve and I stayed up late talking about our upcoming move to Korea after talking with the head of the Air Force spouses club there on the phone. We are moving to USAG Yongsan in Seoul, Korea. It is a very large base...6,000 military, 10,000 military dependents and 4,000 civilian workers. We have not lived at a base this large since we were both stationed at Lackland AFB in San Antonio. Yongsan has the largest commissary outside of the United States...equal to Ft. Bragg's and Ft. Lewis...nice! Steve is a Weather Forecaster in the Air Force but we are moving to an Army Post....the Army does not have their own weather career field so it's AF Weather Forecasters that do their weather. Have you ever watched the TV show M*A*S*H? That show is the 121 hospital in Seoul...that will be our new hospital.

7 comments:

Everyday Gourmet said...

I really like Madi's new hair cut! It is quite stylish! Glad you had such a great trip. So you will be living on base. That should be good for you guys. What an exciting new chapter for your family.

Ross and Jill's Blog said...

Madi's haircut is so cute. I am excited for you and your family. I look forward to reading about your adventures from Korea. My mom is from just outside of Seoul:)

Kansas Amy said...

Sounds exciting!

Jen said...

Such a small world in the Air Force! My dear friend here (at Barksdale) and her family are moving to Korea next month. He's Air Force and is a weather 'guy' and they will too be at an Army post there...not sure the exact name of it, but I can ask.

lise said...

Hi Jeni,

I've been reading your blog now for a while. How exciting to move to Korea. You have such a great attitude. How does it work with moving your belongings, etc. It's hard to imagine for us non military.
I would love to know how you do your mantle frames. I especially like the one that is round at the top. It's not showing with the new one. Where did you find your frames. Please share and I'll keep reading. Best of luck with all you have going on right now.

Jen said...

Hi Jeni...thanks for posting comments on my blog! I think Betty's blog is set to private. I'll let her know to change it back to "non-private" or to find a way so you guys can 'converse' about the move, etc. She would love to share their experiences I know. Thanks again! Oh and so glad you love GA, enough to want to move back there...makes me feel even more positive about our move. :) Take care!

luverlie said...

Again, love your blog! Where are you finding your stitching patterns. Love them all.
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