Tag Archives: Family Life

Driving to Eseka

Saturday we went on a daytrip to Eseka about 2 hours away from Yaoundé.  This was our first time out of the city.  We were able to see up close the mountainous landscape that we can only see in the … Continue reading

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Laugh Time

Our boys found the Doctor Knock Knocks Official Knock-Knock Dictionary at the resource center (books other missionaries have left behind over the years) and have begun the process of learning all the knock knock jokes they can.  It’s fun to … Continue reading

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Outside our home

I’ve added some pictures from around our house.

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First Impressions

The last few days have been a blur as we unpack and get settled into our new home but I thought I would give an update on what we’ve been up to. We arrived early Friday evening into Yaoundé after … Continue reading

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We have arrived!

Thank you for all your prayers and support we are now in Cameroon! We will have more updates coming soon but we arrived safely last night.

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Final visit to the pool

We promised the boys to return to the community swimming pool before leaving France, so today was the day.  I wanted to wear my special FRENCH bathing suit that I had purchased one more time as well. As we were … Continue reading

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Video from the Anderson’s

This video was played at Deerbrook Covenant Church July 25, 2010.

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Mixed Bag of Emotions

I’ve been having a mixed bag of emotions lately.  I was very excited to hear about another family from my sister’s church sent out as missionaries – that is 3 families in 1 year from their church.  I’m excited and … Continue reading

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Tour de France

The big race has been marked on our calendar for several weeks and we knew the route that the Tour de France would be taking through Massy. It’s not every day that the Tour de France passes a few blocks … Continue reading

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Spelling Problems

I have always had a great excuse for not being able to spell in English. Our family moved while I was in 2nd grade and I somehow missed phonics between the two schools. This has carried onto a second generation … Continue reading

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