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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Happy New Year!

It's 2013!!
Aaron and I spent New Years Eve on the 3rd floor of HQ in Kyungsung with Ashley, Adam, Jeff, Priscilla and Nick, and rang in the new year with Lea Michelle's version of Auld Lang Syne, which we found 30 seconds before the countdown reached the last second of 2012 and blared it over the bar's speakers!  I got teary eyed as Aaron pulled me close to kiss me at midnight and I was surrounded by great friends!  I am blessed and so thankful for what happened in 2012!

2013 will bring with it A WHOLE LOT of exciting changes!  ...A new country, a new car, a new house, a new job, a new last name (officially - YAY!), a new state to call home, new friends to meet and a new adventure to live!  For a girl who's never really loved change, I'm happy to say that I'm welcoming it with open arms this year!  So, with that, I say "Cheers to change and a fabulous 2013 ahead!"  


  1. :) New years eve was perfect! I'm so happy that we got to spend it with you guys!!

  2. Hi Jill. I came across your blog today while trying to find the meaning of a Korean word: Asoseyo. I knew it meant something like hello, but looked it up and found it meant "welcome". Makes sense. Funny, I've been in Korea just a few months shy of a year and never thought to look it up, partly cause they say it so fast, I had no idea what the word was truly and how it was spelled, till today when someone said it slowly enough for me to figure it out!
    Anyway, great blog and I plan to read more of it during my upcoming boring weeks ahead! -Shelley (Epik program too, rural Korea)

    1. Well, asoseyo to my blog! :) Thanks for the compliment and welcome to Korea (10 months late, but welcome anyway)!