Saturday, March 29, 2008


I'm not American.
I've been to the States a number of times and have been privy to their media for the great majority of my life. I've always felt that in the world, Americans were a nationality I could relate to.
For years they stood on the right side. Through many wars, they took the high road and led by example. Although not always perfect, they were a country to be looked up to both for ingenuity and civil freedom.
In the past years though, my image of America has started to slide away. No, I'm not saying that they've now fallen into some type of hellish pit - nothing so biblical, what I am saying is this: something is wrong.
America is now rolling back its civil liberties. America has waffled on the nuances of what is and what isn't torture. America has become a symbol of hypocrisy instead of freedom.
America is in a war that it entered into under false pretenses... and now, as of a few days ago, 4000 young American servicemen have given their lives.
I hope that sometime soon, America will step back up to its rightful place in the world... a moral leader.

Sunday, March 09, 2008

Wow, time flies!

So, I'm looking at this page and realized that it's been MONTHS since I've updated anything.

For the very few who actually visit here, you have my apologies. I really should post more, but I find myself loading pics up on Facebook instead of here (its interface is just a little more user friendly).

Either way, I'll just say, all is well here in korea. Spring is coming and Hannah is growing fast (both up and out). She's 8 1/2 months now and able to walk by holding on to something. We're hoping that in a few more months (when we're planning on going to Canada), that she'll be able to walk on her own.

Here's a fairly recent pic:
And here's one of us at Christmas...