Thursday, July 17, 2008


We had a one-hour layover in Seoul between San Francisco and Singapore. It was supposed to be two hours, but our flight was a little late getting in. That, coupled with the fact that we were the last ones off the plane and the first to re-board, made for a very short stop. Lauren and Brenna and I walked around a little bit, and looked at some shops and signs. They both enjoyed seeing everything written in Korean, since they have been attending Korean School at ICM on Sunday mornings before church for over a year. I asked Brenna if she could read the words on the sign, and she kind of rolled her eyes and said, "Mom, I can read practically all of those words - I just don't know what they mean."
So, ICM friends if you are reading this, know that we think about you and pray for you everyday! And we thought it was really cool to get to go to Korea - even if it was only for an hour!


Curchem's said...

I see those Crocs taht the girls are wearing. The Curtis children forayed in to the world of crocs in Hawaii as well...though I couldn't convince Maddie to get the cute purple ones that Lauren and Brenna have (not for lack of trying).

My mom was skeptical until she was introduced to she is hooked.

Jeran told me that their kids crocs lasted for the two years they lived in Yemen...and good for you guys, they don't require socks. :)

Heidi and Ron

ketchumfamily said...

I sure hope they last for two years, because picking out the color and the style is not something I want to go through again anytime soon!
We sure miss you guys, and hope you had a wonderful and relaxing time in Hawaii.


Heather said...

Oh Ketchums, we miss you soooo much!