So since I live in Korea, where girls have the bodies of 13 year old boys, I find it terribly hard to shop. Joe and I just returned from our Valentine’s weekend in Seoul. I had planned on doing a lot of shopping since I haven’t really done any since we got here a month ago. I came back with 5 pairs of shoes, two spring coats and some traditional Korean artisan items. Pics to follow in another post, we forgot our camera and had to use a disposable this weekend. I did not, however, return with any clothes because I could not fit in anything I saw. This coupled with the fact that I gained all the weight I lost before my wedding last summer and the fact that I will be living near the Mediterranean in Spain in less than a year I have decided to get in shape. Thanks to Lolly I started a profile on Peer Trainer and have added a weight ticker to my blog. I inflated my weight a little, we don’t have a scale yet but I estimated as best as I could. Wish me luck!
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Hi! Found your blog via AfricanKelli. I too am a military spouse. I see you are in Korea. How is it there? We were stationed in Germany and I had a love hate relationship with it there. Now that we are stateside I wish we could go overseas again. New things to see- Anyway, if you ever have something you might want stateside and can’t get let me know. I would love to do a swap. I have two kiddos that might like to do a swap as well. 11 years and 4 years. Talk to you later- 🙂
On my, I would be a freakin’ giant over there! I’m off to check out Peer Trainer!