I can't believe 2010 has come and gone! So much happened in this wonderful year. We can only hope that more good things are in store in 2011.
We wish all our friends and family a spectacular 2011 full of good health, prosperity and happiness!
<3 The Fitzgeralds: Stacy, Kristy & Ethan
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Merry Christmas friends and family!It has been a long time since I posted last and its all because I have a full time job now. Well that began back in November.
Back in October, I went to Japan with the 8th graders and the trip was amazing. We saw so much. I took tons of pictures which are posted on the picture blog. We also celebrated Halloween both at school and at home. I helped the other mothers decorate Ethan's kindergarten classroom and these mothers go all out!
|Halloween! Ethan is a police officer|
|SK Knights Basketball game|
|Nami Island: A view from the island|
|KIS Spanish Festival|
|1st snow fall: From my new classroom view!|
|My white elephant gift!|
|Ethan and Santa|
|The 2 white elephant gifts we gave: spaghetti sauce and kleenexes :)|
Ethan was invited to his best friend's house for a play date. Young, his Korean friend, is in soccer hagwon with him and they are in the same class at KIS. The following day, we invited Young to COEX mall and aquarium with us. They had a great time! Lots of sea life with a tunnel that makes you feel like you are walking through the ocean floor.
To get ready for Christmas we invited the Gibson's to our house for a Mexican dinner and cheesecake and chocolate covered strawberries. We played games and just enjoyed good company. Then we were invited to the Pages house for cookie decorating and video games. Also good fun for Christmas eve.
Christmas came quickly! Santa must have thought that we were all angels this year because Ethan got almost everything he asked Santa for: Bey Blades fighting set, soccer balls, ping pong paddle, DS games, pokemon cards, and more! Stacy got the Kindle he has been asking for since it came out. I got my Nikon D7000 with 2 lenses that I thought I would never get! Thank you Santa! More importantly we feel super blessed to still be in touch with our old friends from back home, to have made new friends in South Korea and to be safe and happy in our new home.
Since we have already celebrated Christmas...we wish YOU a Very Merry Christmas!!! Love, Health and Prosperity to all!