I've been in Portland for a little longer than 24 hours and I am in love. Is it really any surprise? I basically love any new city or place within minutes of being there, whether it's El Paso, Texas or Madrid, España. I'm quite impulsive like that. 😉 I'd never been to the PNW before, … Continue reading Pacific Northwest Buzz
We are in the fifth week of the semester already. This week has been crazy! It's not that things I do are particularly challenging; it's that every couple hours I'm starting something different. I practically live in Liberal Arts building. But I love this program. This week I taught a class in preparation to teach … Continue reading Busy.
A whirlwind week
Yay, it's Friday! Although I've been going since 7ish this morning, it's been a good day. In fact, all the days this week were good despite getting home late Tuesday (I have a night class) and Aaron's crazy work schedule. One night he even had to go back in to work. Blech. I'm loving my … Continue reading A whirlwind week
A challenge for every day of the week
I have to say... I quite content right now as a stay-at-home wife/nanny/tutor/seamstress/entrepreneur????/short-term missionary/volunteer "Sunday school" teacher/dog trainer... I think some of the best jobs are ones whose titles you really can't pinpoint to a couple words. Even with Husband Man being gone for almost three weeks (he comes home in two days, wheeeee!!) I've … Continue reading A challenge for every day of the week
As time goes on, it's becoming more and more evident to us that we are being called into missions. "Called" can be a term thrown around in the Christian circles.. but basically what I mean is that we have a very strong inclination and desire to go. Aaron still has four years left in the … Continue reading Staying missions-minded
Like a boss
This week I had a breakthrough at work. Today was my first "good" day in a long time. Not "okay" or "not bad" but "good". I think with all the change and uncertainty surrounding our cross-country move and finances, I've been on edge. Life changes take some getting used to, but this one's been six … Continue reading Like a boss
Where I need to be
I'll admit it: when I quit my job teaching high school Spanish, I was bitter about having to leave. I thought I would be swept off my feet to join my husband in Korea for three years, and it all fell through. I felt like I quit my job for nothing. I was sad to … Continue reading Where I need to be
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