Today, marks Braden and my 100th day in Korea. We too have matured and survived. We have done more than survive. We have jumped into the deep end with no life preservers to save us. It's either sink or swim, and I have chosen to swim; if not for me, for the sake of Braden and the experiences he will gain from our living abroad. It hasn't been easy, there were definitely days I wanted to pack up and move home. Heck, even as I write this I fantasize of home; but when I think about what I have done in such a short time, I am reminded of the many milestones newborns make so early in life.
|I'm going a little insane.
So with that, I take the good and the bad and do what I can to continue to survive; continue to make this an experience of a lifetime; continue to stay sane, in this ever so insane world we find ourselves in. I will not only survive my first 100 days, but the next 100 years, if I have have to. God willing, we won't have to