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Anyways, Elizabeth Eunhee Paik was born on January 23, 2004, at 8:45pm.
For two years, beginning in July, 2000, I worked at a company called All Media Guide as copy editor. The best part of working at AMG (other than the great working environment) was that I was finally putting my college education to use! I found that the way to know if you're in the right job or not is to use the "call in sick" screening method. If you never find yourself waking up in the morning wanting to call in sick, you know you're in a job that you love. Too bad I had to leave the job because we were moving out of state. After working as a temp until the baby was born, I'm now a stay-at-home mom. I really do try to do these three things, but I find that I'm always coming up with excuses to not do any of them: spend some quiet time doing devotions to God, practicing my violin, and exercise. You can email me to keep me accountable, if you feel like it.
I'm also an alumna of a Christian sorority, called Alpha Delta Chi. It's the coolest sorority. We have lots of fun activities ranging from a semesterly semi-formal date function, philanthropy projects, and puzzle nights. If you want to know more about Alpha Delta Chi, you can send them email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
My sister Eunice is quite a character. I guess that is typical of kids her age though. She lives with our parents in Fremont, California.
We go to a church in the Chicago area called Lakeview Presbyterian Church. We decided to go to this church after a few months of looking around. I think this church provides a good mix of things that we're looking for: solid teaching, a group of people with whom we feel comfortable, and yet is diverse enough so that we can invite other friends and colleagues without their feeling a little out of place. Please do continue to pray for us in this area.
In Ann Arbor, we went to a church called Lighthouse Community Christian Reformed Church. Our church began as an English ministry branch of the parent church, Korean Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor. On Easter 2000, our church became independent. Although our church came from presbyterian roots, we are now part of the Christian Reformed denomination.
Would you like to see some of my pictures? I have a confession to make though -- until the wedding I didn't have a scanner, and so some of the pictures I'm showing you are swiped from my friends' homepages... (shh! don't tell!) Just before Thanksgiving 2000, we got a digital camera. The story of the camera is pretty interesting. Basically, what happened was that Sam had registered a laptop computer that he just got under his name, and the product registration automatically entered his name into a free drawing for a camera. A while later we got notification that we won the drawing. A few days after that we got the camera. It's pretty exciting, having this camera. We should have lots of pictures put on the homepage from now on.
Some of my friends have homepages and so do ADX and AGO. Here is a list of some of my favorite sites!