Thursday, January 5, 2012

2011 in Review

2011 passed so quickly. I think what people say about "time passing faster as you get older" is definitely true. How can it already be 2012? 2011 was an amazing year for the Browns. What an incredible experience we have to live overseas and experience wonderful things together. God is good. 
  Time passes So quickly it seems!

When I look back on 2011 I realize JUST how blessed we are. 2010 was a crazy year with planning a wedding, getting married, moving to Alabama and then moving to Korea. 2011 was more calm (thank goodness) but just as wonderful. 

 Photos can be so much better than words, so here is the "Brown Family recap: 2011"

In January we traveled to a traditional Korean Folk Village. This was something about how people used to be tortured in Korean communities for doing bad things. Josh enjoyed this too much-haha!

Loving Korea!

For Christmas Josh got me tickets to see Taylor Swift in Seoul. Here we are on the bus heading to the concert

Josh's promotion- so proud of my soldier

Korean War Memorial

Seoul Zoo

Out and about exploring Seoul

Korean War Memorial


Cirque du Soleil was SO amazing!

Korean cooking class with other Army wives

Seoul Zoo

Everland- Korean amusement park

Olympic Stadium

Josh at Everland

Army Aviation Ball

Melissa, Krystle and I at the Army Aviation Ball

We celebrated our first anniversary here in Seoul

Seoul Tower with all the love locks. We added ours and will try to find it next year, on our second anniversary

You throw the key to your lock off the side of the tower

There goes the key!

Josh and Jacob on the train- take 1

Back at the train later that week! :)

Heidi's Bachelorette Party

We traveled back to the USA in August to see Josh's sister, Heidi, get married. Such a great trip and a beautiful wedding. We feel so blessed that we were both able to be there and be a part of the bridal party. 

Heidi and Jake with the bridal party

Jessica and I 

Jessica, Mummu and Kiki

Crystal and I 

The Browns

Kiki and I 

Josh and I stayed in Seattle for a few days and went to 2 Mariners games 

Mariners game night 1- It was "Korea night" at the ball park. Crazy! Here is my best Korean pose!

Eating lunch before heading to the Underground Tour of Seattle

Angry Birds costumes on Halloween

Mary and Steve came to visit us in Korea! Here we are at the Gyeongbukgong Palace

Exploring the palace

At the DMZ

On the North and South Korean border

Christmas date 

Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve


Wishing you all the best for 2012! Love, the Browns


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