We celebrated my husband's 43rd birthday. Wow is he getting old. LOL At least I can say that no matter how old I get, he will always be older than me :)
My mom (referred to as Mom Mom by my girls) arrived from the states to spend a month with us in South Korea. The girls were very excited to have Mom Mom here.
We took Mom Mom to Itaewon for a little shopping.
The girls enjoy having "Tea Time" with my mom and being in Korea is no exception. They asked Mom Mom to prepare a tea party for them to enjoy.
The end of March brought both joy and sadness. The same day that we planned to pick up my dad (aka Pop Pop) at the airport, we also dropped off Angel's Chaplain Assistant Annette for her flight back to the United States. Her tour here was only for a year and she was heading on to spend time with her family before reporting to her next duty station. Annette, you will be missed. I pray you are being blessed at your new duty station.
Later that same afternoon at the airport, we picked up my dad. It had almost been a year since we had seen my dad...unless you count skyping. One of the downfalls of being stationd overseas...you don't get to see family as much as you'd like.
March was a whirlwind and brought April upon us quickly. And that to was here and gone before I knew it, but I'll save that for a different post.