0 comments on “Let’s Be Fluent In Daegu (Korean and English) – Join us!”

Let’s Be Fluent In Daegu (Korean and English) – Join us!

You're here for a year or two or three and you don't communicate Korean as well as you'd like with those around you. Do you wish you could meet friendly native Korean speakers who want to help you learn and…

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0 comments on “That’s not a hummingbird mom; that’s a Hawk Moth!”

That’s not a hummingbird mom; that’s a Hawk Moth!

"Whoah! Check it out! Look! It's a hummingbird!!" It looks a bit strange though..... Is that a tongue? Hmmm the cell phone camera isn't picking up the wings as fast as it's going... "It almost looks like a butterfly or…

4 comments on “Hiking Mount Apsan Adventures: Unidentified Creature #1 (spotted lanternfly)”

Hiking Mount Apsan Adventures: Unidentified Creature #1 (spotted lanternfly)

I spotted this animal as I was trying to catch back up to my family. They are constantly leaving me because I stop to "take some photos." I mean don't you want to document and remember all these new sights????…

1 comment on “A look back at my former military life review: names called, uniforms worn, recruiting campaign slogans changed.”

A look back at my former military life review: names called, uniforms worn, recruiting campaign slogans changed.

On this date 10 years ago, I was officially honorably discharged from my time in the military. This is a look back at the names, uniforms and campaign slogans used during my 12 years of Active duty US Army service.…

2 comments on “Facing the military retirement transition Part 1: Are you ever going back to work?”

Facing the military retirement transition Part 1: Are you ever going back to work?

"She has a graduate degree but isn't doing anything with it." "I'm a full time volunteer." "Stay at home mom." "My formal career ended 10 years ago to raise my kids." Well, it's that time for me to start thinking…

0 comments on “It’s not easy starting over after a move”

It’s not easy starting over after a move

Well, it's the second day alone in this hotel room. This is our fourth hotel since the move; two in Virginia and two in South Korea. The kids went off to their new school again today and it's been an…

0 comments on “Staying at Ramada Pyeongtaek?”

Staying at Ramada Pyeongtaek?

Here's a quick look in our room, 11122, located on the 11th floor of the 라마다평택호텔 Ramada Pyeongtaek located at 3-24 평택항로184번길, Poseung-eup, Pyeongtaek-si, Gyeonggi-do in South Korea. In the short video below I provide a really brief look at…