I returned from Haiti the day before hurricane Matthew slammed the country, so this is not the blog post I thought I’d be writing. I thought I’d tell you about the Bible studies and the Women’s Conference. I thought I’d […]
I’m leaving for Haiti on September 24th, and I’d like to ask you to pray for our team. Since this is my second visit to the country, getting ready feels a little different this time around. I know what to […]
In my last post, I told you about my dad’s injury and his Sunday school class. You can read how he participated via cell phone here. There’s breaking news in this story and I’d like to bring you up-to-date: My […]
I need to apologize. I haven’t written in a while and it’s not a good thing to just disappear from relationships with no warning or explanation.
Jim and I took a lovely vacation and then just as we were heading home, […]
My family has entered the birthday season. It begins in August and stretches to November. Every two weeks we have another amazing person to celebrate.
For years I spent the months of autumn planning a party or recovering from the event.
Jim and I are taking a road trip along the coast of Maine. We’ve spent much of this past week hiking and enjoying the breathtaking scenery of Acadia National Park. On Tuesday we decided to rent bikes. The young woman […]
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