Sunday, December 1, 2013

Dear Santa...

Some of you have been asking what we might like for Christmas which is SO very kind and unexpected being that we live in Korea. But I will happily tell you!

Three convenient options to avoid shipping costs are:, and

iHerb is a health food website that ships to virtually anywhere in the world for pretty cheap. We've created a wish list of gluten-free and hard-to-find-in-Korea food items that we'd love to have on this side of the world. You can pick and choose what you want and it will shipped our way. The website will only allow me to share ten items at a time, so I've made three different links for you to click on and choose from.
-Wish list #1 Click here.
-Wish list #2 Click here.
-Wish list #3 Click here.

You will need to log-in (or create) an iHerb account (which is easy and delete-able).
And just have it sent to my school:

Heather Bohlender
35, Wolpyeong-ro, Heungdeok-gu
Cheongju-si, Chungcheongbukdo 
Korea, Republic of

Amazon sells many things, but Kindle books would be the easiest and cheapest gifts you could give. Jeremy and I have both chosen books we'd love to read on our iPad and they are on a wish list located here. As you can see, my name is not listed because I share an Amazon account with my generous friend, Kylie.

-Just look on the left-hand sidebar and click where it says, "The Bohsterlendalers Wish List."
-Choose from any of the books (please double-check that they are KINDLE books).
-Log-in to (or create) your Amazon account.
-You can click, "Email directly to my recipient" and even though it has Kylie's address it will go directly to our iPad.

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization working in countries all over the world to tackle the causes of poverty and injustice. You can benefit a specific project we care deeply about by clicking here.

Of course, you can always send us letters or packages, but we understand that sending packages is a bit pricey. Our address (a.k.a. my school address) is listed above.

We love and appreciate your support even over here yonder.

Happy holidays!