Tag Archives: Wedding

Weekend Fun

We had a great weekend of celebration!  Jonah turned 11!  It’s hard to believe he’s 11!  Our oldest nephew turned 16!  How is that possible!?!  One of our friends who we met in Cameroon, was married on Saturday.  We were … Continue reading

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Wedding Celebration

Saturday, David & I attended a wedding for an expatriate SIL colleague who was marrying a Cameroonian SIL colleague.  About one year ago exactly, we had the privilege of attending Carole & Etienne’s wedding.  The fabric chosen for both weddings … Continue reading

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Questions

We went to a wedding the last day of November.  While we were waiting for the ceremony to begin we were looking around and found the paintings at the front of the church interesting.  Below are the questions that either … Continue reading

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Wedding Part Three

The wedding was almost finished when Sophie came to us and asked if we were ready to leave.  We were it was now 1:15 p.m. and the boys patience was thin and their stomachs were growling.  Sophie was planning on … Continue reading

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Wedding Part Two

According to the invitation the wedding was supposed to begin at 10 a.m. precise.  It’s funny because we have yet to attend any function that begins on time (precise).  Since we searched for quite a while to find the church, … Continue reading

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Wedding Part One

As mentioned in the clothing blog, we recently went to a wedding.  It was Sophie’s sister, Carole who got married.  It’s funny because Sophie shared with me about Carole getting married and how important it is that we attend.  Carole … Continue reading

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Wedding Time

We were able to attend a wedding this weekend and we are learning that in Cameroon weddings are very expensive, mainly because of the number of people that are needed to be fed and also it means that the bride … Continue reading

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