We slept in a bit and then joined some friends to worship at Onnuri English Ministries.
It was great contemporary worship and a beautiful message about living character traits of our new adopted family in Christ. It was very fitting and an emotional service for me. Ironically, Pastor Eddie also concluded the service with a version of Jack Cruz's life verse. So fitting.
We headed to the Gangnam district and did it Gangnam style with a little banana milk that Justin and the guys thought was scrumptious!! I don't like milk so I just trusted them.
Then, we ate at The Butterfinger Pancake and OH MY GOSH. For this American seriously missing the comfort food of home it was top notch!!!!!
As soon as the plate hit the table, we devoured it so I don't have any food pictures but J and I shared a plate which is saying something about their portion size bc we both love to eat and it was soooooo good!!! They had all time if day food but we chose a plate that offered...get ready...
eggs, hash browns, little potatoe wedges, ham, sausage links, white sausage, the best pancakes I've ever eaten, and crIspy BACON!!!
Back to the hotel to freshen up.
Then out to the biggest bookstore I've ever seen!! We bought Jack Cruz a beautiful bilingual Bible and a photo book all about Korea. Both were priced very reasonably and I am absolutely thrilled with these two purchases!!
Then we went down to the stream that runs through the heart if the city. There was a really cool laser show and then also this 'digital garden' that showed against the side walls.
Night capped with McDonald's and some Krispie Kreme. Because that's how we roll. And we're seriously missing American junk food.
God's truth and faithfulness
a Godly husband
The Word in Jack Cruz's native tongue
good new friends
my big girl camera