Monthly Archives: June 2012

Some things change, some stay the same

New country, new habits?  I’m sitting here enjoying the sound of my boys playing, but Theo is still not wearing pants.  Or shorts.  He’s gone through three pairs today and they are all drying.  This habit of not wearing pants has apparently … Continue reading

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We are home

We are home.   I have probably been on at least nine flights to Managua in the last three years, and with the exception of one, I don’t remember much about each specific journey.   That said, I am certain that … Continue reading

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Outta Here

We fly out tomorrow night.  We’re feeling a bunch of conflicting emotions, but mostly we’re excited.   Please pray for us in this transition.  We won’t be in our home until the end of August, and we have no idea … Continue reading

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Where we are now

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Ready to Move!

We are driving out tomorrow morning for Houston.  I’m super excited, but also dreading the goodbyes that accompany leaving.  I’ve already had some pretty emotional goodbyes, but tomorrow will be very emotional as we say farewell to both sets of … Continue reading

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Empty Home

Empty Home

Our former residence is empty. Our hearts are full. We are tired. Next stop, Seattle for the weekend.

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Discerning God’s Voice

Tate’s always been a very concrete kid.  One of my favorite examples of this happened at a wedding last summer.  Tate was playing ping pong with a 20-something guy and the following conversation transpired:  Ping pong player:  Tate, you sure … Continue reading

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