A play on words, but relevant nonetheless.
Back home form a very nurturing retreat over the weekend. Saturday we were split into groups for a scavenger hunt around Seoul.
We had a regrettably massive amount of fun.
regrettable because I know it will likely not happen again…here are some of my favorite shots.
The previous stop the train was practically empty. The doors opened here and a tremendous amount of people flooded in. Group selfie of us all squished together like sardines. Good thing we didn’t stick out like sore thumbs or anything. 😀
Groupie with a poster of Seoul Tower (instead of the real tower).
Best Tourist shot! *high five*
Its just fun.
Lauren and I. Group waiting to cross the street; some smiles. 🙂
Waiting for the Bus. Lovely women.
Driving home. Bye Seoul. Je t’adore.
Messing around on the bus.
Becca and I watching the sunset. Drink it in!
Taste from my past weekend.
In brief (a word seldom utilized in my vocabulary), before I can disciple or love others, I have to be actively engaged in my relationship with Christ. I was doing it the other way around as it would turn out, thus the stress and instability reoccurring in my life.
I will save you the dramatized version of my weekend and give you this: God wants me to trust Him, and He has shown me that I can.
Kisses from Korea, (is that too cheesy?)