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I am Consistently Inconsistent!

Am I good at inconsistency or what?

So… I seem to be doing really well at keeping this blog updated, eh? Consistently inconsistent is definitely what I am!

Life has been very busy lately, even with the break that COVID provided. Blogging hasn’t been the highest of priorities for me I’m afraid. However, there has been a lot of cooking… hundreds of food pictures… so who knows, maybe I will start updating regularly and get you all caught up! 🙂 For now, I will just sneak a few teaser photos in amongst the post!

The little free time I have had over the past few months has been spent cooking Korean food and learning Hangul, (Korean language). At this point, I don’t think there has been a Korean dish that we have tried that I did not like. The other day my husband asked me what my favorite Korean dish is; I honestly couldn’t give him an answer. I’d say fried chicken but then think about tteokbokki. Or then I would remember hotteok… there are just too many delicious dishes in Korean cooking!

Kim-Pi-Tang

And then I forgot about this post…

Believe it or not, I wrote those first few paragraphs over three months ago and never finished the post… my inconsistency strikes yet again!

Some major life changes have taken place since those first few paragraphs were written. Just a few weeks ago my church voted me in as the Pastor of Children and Family Outreach. I am officially a pastor… insert shocked emoji face here!

In all honesty, not a lot will change in the work that I have been doing for the church. I was volunteering between 10-20 hours a week, more in the summer around Vacation Bible School time. The difference is that now 5 of those hours will be paid! And also, the encouragement that comes from my congregation realizing the value in having a paid person in the position. It is awesome to know that they value the children’s ministry… and family ministry… enough to step out in faith and create this position. Even more so given the current times and being in a global pandemic. I hope that I will live up to their expectations and that God will bless the ministry of our church in our community and beyond!

Tonkatsu

That’s really all of the updates I have right now. Hopefully, I will resume a more regular posting schedule… for all of you who read this blog! 😛 Maybe 2021 is the year I will become less consistently inconsistent!

In the meantime, check out my previous cooking posts here. If you want to keep up with what is going on at our church, check out our website here.

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