Sunday, October 09, 2011

History Packed Day

Our last day here in Montgomery, we headed to the historic district- where the Capital Building is, as well as the First White House of the Confederacy. We had beautiful weather to tour the area, andjust enjoyed all the history packed into one tiny location. It was the perfect way to end our time here in Alabama. Today we'll be heading to Atlanta for one last day with Omi and Opa, before we part our ways. Charlotte and I will head back to Korea on Monday... and Da Da will join us in a week back home... but, I don't want to think about that yet... so I'll just get offline a few more days... and you'll hear from me soon (unless my 24+ hour travel with a toddler kills me beforehand!)



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6 comments:

  1. Those TOMs look like they've been very well played in!!! (Which is fantastic, by the way!!!)

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  2. waaaiiit....you guys are in the US?! i thought your family went to see YOU! oh my goondess - i can't believe you're headed to ATL. you are so close yet still so far! wish i could meet you. have so much fun!

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  3. Papa "D"October 10, 2011 at 8:09 AM

    The shoes tell the story. This is one well-traveled tot! The pictures are invaluable . . . but please don't think that your little one(s) will remember all that you did with them. Jason still has no memories of HI, and precious few of Germany. I think he "came to" about the time YOU came into his life!!!! Have a safe trip to Korea (I won't say "home" because your HOME is here, and always will be, physically and emotionally. It's where grandparents (both sets) have open arms and open hearts -- and are waiting anxiously for Christmas . . . Love to you all!

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  4. so sad that you're leaving the US but you go girl! praying for safe travel & a quick adjustment back overseas.

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  5. Glad the weather cooperated because your pictures turned out wonderfully! Safe journey back ...

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  6. Love the photos of your folks with Charlie! You, she and they are blessed. Keep the ties close. Visit often.

    Tracy

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