Category Archives: Moving

BIG news!

We’ve been working diligently to meet our goal of moving to Nicaragua on June 15th.  Many blessings have been poured out upon us, and we are 83.5% funded for our monthly need.  That’s in less than three months-incredible!  God is … Continue reading

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Strangely Beautiful-Thoughts on Moving Preparation

Back in February I started realizing that kindergarten registration was coming soon.  I was really uncertain…we plan to be in Nicaragua in time for school for Tate, but really, will it happen? Should I enroll him here as a back … Continue reading

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The First Goodbye

We have a family tradition of going to Opening Day for the Seattle Mariners.  We’ve gone every year since Tate was 8 months old.  We have our family picture taken at the same place every year. This year will likely … Continue reading

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The Art of Leaving Well

In our eight and [nearly] a half years of marriage we have made more than our share of moves.  As I’m counting now, I’m up to 10 moves in nine years so it’s safe to assume I’ve learned a little … Continue reading

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It finally snowed here!

Since we’re gearing up for a move to the tropics, we’ve started getting rid of our cold weather clothes. Thank goodness we didn’t get rid of all of it. Last week we finally had enough snow to play in, and … Continue reading

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About that Truck

We used to own a 1973 VW Bus. I loved that thing.  It smelled like gasoline, it had no power, no heat, but I loved that thing.  It had a killer sound system and driving it made me feel happy. … Continue reading

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Closed doors, opened windows

It seems as though every door that would lead to us staying in the states is being shut.  I’m OK with that because my heart is in Nicaragua, but it’s still a little scary to see any sort of a … Continue reading

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