Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Last Day in Seoul

Today was another rainy and windy day in Seoul. We did venture out once to Emart. I regret that we didn't get a pic, but one of the coolest things about Emart is that it has an escalator that shopping carts go on. The escalator is essentially a ramp and then there are also magnets on the carts that help them stay put. We really didn't buy anything, but it was fun to look around.

We are starting to see more and more of Gavin's personality come out. When he is tired or in a new situation, he will cling to me. However, this boy was full of joy tonight. He loved hearing us say the few phrases that we know in Korean...and if you twirl him in the air...he has a laugh that starts in his belly and then explodes. It's a joy to see and hear how he is adjusting to us.

This sculpture is in the park across from our hotel. It is called the Millennium Eye. Matt did a wonderful job of capturing the statue during the day and night.

It's hard to believe that we are packing and heading to the airport tomorrow morning. If we could, we would stay for another few weeks, but we know it's important to get Gavin home and start adjusting to his life with us there.

This trip has been amazing on so many different levels. Matt and I feel so fortunate with everything that has happened. Our hearts are bursting. Personally, I know that a piece of my heart will be left in Seoul. Although, it is difficult to leave I know we will return soon. Thank you for your love and support!!!!

Sweet dreams and see you back in the USA!!!

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