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It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Winter

The boys haven’t seen snow in five years and have been anxiously awaiting snow.  This morning Jonah was bouncing off the walls because he saw snow outside.  He couldn’t wait to bundle up and go out.  I enjoy how excited … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas!!!!  We are filled to the brim with blessings!  This year we celebrated Christmas with family for the first time since 2008. It was great being able to attend the Christmas Eve service at our church and the community … Continue reading

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Through a Child’s Eye

In some ways after years of living outside our passport country, returning is a bit like seeing it for the first time through a child’s eye.  David and I have always enjoyed Christmas lights and displays.  He was on a … Continue reading

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Encouragement

It’s hard to explain the emotional, physical and mental toll of going through transition and adjustment.  We’re trying to give one another grace.  School here is very different than school in Cameroon.  The boys have been on a bumpy school … Continue reading

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Shooting, Fishing and More

The Missouri Department of Conservation and the National Wild Turkey Federation hosted a youth outdoor skills clinic that was an all-day event.  It was a great day and FREE to do plus it included lunch.  Jonah wanted to go, but … Continue reading

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Sixth Grade Graduation

There is a gathering that happens every year here – the sixth grade graduation. Our family has been part of the elementary school since 2010. Joshua has attended there since second grade. He has been blessed with terrific teachers for … Continue reading

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Little Chef

I enjoy that Joshua and Jonah argue over who gets to help me make dinner (I don’t enjoy the arguing part, but the part that they want to help).  We have a rotation of every other night, however, sometimes I … Continue reading

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