When I was little, I loved snow. Not only was it fun, but it was beautiful.
I never really enjoyed driving in it, but the beauty made up for that.
There was even a time I would have said winter was my favorite season.
The past few years though, have been quite different.
Now, I don’t look forward to cold or snow.
I look outside in the morning, not with anticipation, but with dread, that there will be snow.
Although, this year, there is a tiny part of me that wants snow.
I want my Ugandan husband to see snow for the first time!
Coming to Korea, he has experienced many new things, including the weather.
He has now become a professional layerer; including his socks and scarves.
It’s been fun for me to experience season changes, for the first time, with him.
He loves the fall leaves as much as I do.
He also was able to experience American[ish] Thanksgiving for the first time.
The children’s English class we help with on Sunday mornings, at the church, had a Thanksgiving meal the Sunday after. I was excited for macaroni and cheese (it’d been a long time since I had had cheese). He really enjoyed the stuffing.
As we are well into the holiday season this year, we hope you are able to take time and reflect on some of the things you are thankful for this year.
Also, that you can enjoy time with friends and family.