Goodbye, Mr. Song

We said "goodbye" to Mr. Song today. Korean Presbyterian Church in Fayetteville held a service for him. About 50 church members came, including Mr. Song's three elder brothers. Between them, there was plenty of animosity and years without communication, but today #3 brother lamented he "could no longer even argue with his baby brother." Yunchol, … Continue reading Goodbye, Mr. Song

moving back home

Before leaving Seoul, I counted the days to being back in North Carolina. I anticipated seeing friends, drinking draft beer and running through the forest. In fact, I'm feeling unsettled. I had a mild panic attack in Whole Paycheck yesterday. I didn't expect to feel very different, having been in Korea less than two years … Continue reading moving back home