My wife and I recently relocated to the Republic of Korea from the Big Island of Hawaii. I lived in Korea for most of the nineties but have not visited since we moved back to the U.S.A. in 1999. Therefore, I have not seen my nieces since 1999, when they visited our home on a nearly daily basis. When I left Korea Seulgi and Binna were thirteen and eleven, respectively. Last weekend they reentered my life when they showed up at our new digs bearing hugs, gifts and beaming smiles. They are now thirty and twenty-eight and have grown into intelligent, independent, warm-hearted, lovely women. When they were told that their fifty-nine-year-old uncle was in grad school they quickly offered to help me with my first Daily Create, the result of which is shown below in a family portrait.