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Two and Five

Today marks the two and five year anniversaries of pivotal moments in our lives – two years ago on this day we boarded a plane and said goodbye to Cameroon.  Five years ago on this day, Jonah had a serious … Continue reading

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Graduations

The last day of our school year was May 18th.  Joshua finished his eighth grade year – so he’ll be heading to High School in August.  Jonah finished his sixth grade year – so he’ll be heading to Middle School … Continue reading

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Joshua

We are so happy to see Joshua blossom this year.  Last year was a tough year for him – he didn’t want to be in the USA (he kept asking when we would go home – meaning Cameroon).  He had … Continue reading

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May

May is a month of celebration for us. We met in May of 1996. We married in May of 1999. We were accepted as Wycliffe members on our wedding anniversary in May of 2008. Lots of milestones are in the … Continue reading

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No Crying

Many of us have heard the saying (Don’t cry over spilled milk).  When I was breast feeding our babies and freezing breast milk, I would cry over spilled milk. A couple of weeks ago, we had a great and busy … Continue reading

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Moving

Something I was always amused by in Cameroon was how much stuff and people Cameroonians would shove/stack/transport into/on cars, trucks, vans, etc… I marveled at watching a motorcycle tow another motorcycle on top of it.  I cringed when following behind … Continue reading

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Rebuilding

Recently I was reading in Nehemiah about how Nehemiah was homesick, sad and burdened for the city of his ancestors.  In an age where it seems every other commercial is advertising Ancestry.com and finding out about your ancestors, that’s what … Continue reading

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