I’m in a deep sleep when I’m jerked awake by the sound of my pager “beep beep”. I attempt to lace up my boots while I’m still half asleep and listen to Dispatch “60-year-old male complaining of chest pain, 1215
Life has been so busy, as always. But even so more that I’ve started school, and I am finally finding time to sit down and write about my 6 month mission trip to Guatemala the beginning of this year.
Yes, again. Seriously, you can’t keep me away from there 🙂 I went for my third time a month ago and regret nothing (meaning one of my classes suffered because of it). I have been eager to return to Haiti
(This post was actually from about a year ago…Anna wrote it all up, and then for one reason or another, we never posted it. Enjoy 😉 ) So since Jessica has her pilots license, she’s taken a few of the
It has been quite a while since we’ve done an update on our everyday lives and what’s happening! I know this isn’t a part of summer, but I got my permit in January, and am pretty close to getting all
Every year we kids shut our bedroom door and decorate it, then have music and have a ‘showing the room’ for the family to see. (and yes, this does get competitive!) We’ve been doing this ever since I can remember, and
It just hit me the other day that I am leaving in 4 months. But I’ll start from the beginning! I’ve always wanted to do mission work, something God placed in me since I was little. It just felt ‘right’.
*smiles* Lately, a couple of us have been doing a lot of those personality quizzes to see what character in our favorite movie we are most like! Then we howl in laughter over it 😉 lol! Then I thought, wouldn’t
I have been so behind on posting about my first mission trip to Haiti in June 2015! Between balancing work and college (which is a post for another time…), I’ve been pretty busy! So I am trying to work a
(ok..kind of a strange title 😛 ) A good while back, one of our many Facebook friends sent me a private message telling me about the new Parkview that was being built near us, and that they were looking for local photographers