Several weeks ago, I decided I would move away from hosting my blog on WordPress. I had researched several other options and decided on a host with a good reputation. The reviews I had read made it seem like the transition would be easy peasy lemon squeezy, like the saying my five-year-old has recently picked … Continue reading Transition Discomfort
Last Monday did not go as planned. What I expected as a simple trip to the border to get something specific done with my visa in my passport turned into a full-on migraine of a problem. At the end of the day, we were returning home and we were all spent. I said, “Well, THAT … Continue reading When Plans Go Awry
I recently looked back at some of my early blog posts, dating back a little over thirteen years ago. I was in the middle of preparing to go to the mission field and, as I read, I was reminded of the many ways that the Lord prepared the way for me. I was single, young, … Continue reading The Perspective of Returning Home
My almost-five-year-old is still figuring out her groove with the swing. When do you bend your legs and when do you straighten them? How do you go higher? If I make a face like this, will it help? What is the secret?! When we're learning something new, it will take some time to figure out … Continue reading Five Minute Friday: Secret #FMF
Over thirteen year ago, I began writing my blog a couple of months before I left to serve cross-culturally in Thailand. I had wanted a place to share my thoughts, my struggles and my victories while I served in a new culture, language and country. It's fun to look back now and remember the situations … Continue reading Where Are You on the Writing Path?