It is the night before Christmas

and I am milling through my photos on my phone, in WhatsApp and on my pc. It is nearly the end of 2017. I have been a busy woman. So busy that I have not even told you, the public on my blog, what I have been doing. So as I write, I imagine the person out there who will help me fulfill my dreams. Sometimes I think, what will my colleagues think? Perhaps I shouldn’t write about that. Sometimes I think, oh, the kids won’t like it if I say that, so I better not write at all. But I think, I want my grandkids to know who I was and who knows how much time I have left? So I am writing. And what does not get published today, will be published in a year, or when I finish work or when I am gone. At least gone physically. So much piled up in my mind about what I want to share.

Today’s final push to actually post? This photo we took in Korea.

It was Josef’s first trip to Korea. I think maybe the whole family had been in Korea before, me for a Women’s Federation Leadership conference at the invitation of the Austrian leadership, as well as by personal choice for Dr Hak Ja Han Moon’s 60th birthday celebration. The boys have possibly all been there on tour with the Vienna Boys Choir. But the reason we went to Korea in September was for our son, Andreas’ marriage blessing to Francesca Cirelli, officiated by Mrs Moon. We had such an incredible time, I can’t believe that I have not yet blogged about it! Then again, yes I can. It’s one of those things where I have to respect my kid’s wishes and restrain myself for their sake. I did, afterall, post a few photos on FaceBook.

Then I went back to work. So, with the all the other things floating around in cyber space at this time, here is my blog entry today, the day before Christmas: A photo of Josef and I in Korea. Let the stories be told!