When Illness Strikes

Illness struck our home with a vengeance last week. (Or maybe it was just a spiritual attack on our family.) Tuesday Asher woke up with a tummy bug, and Leon got the flu. I was […]

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Gaining Perspective After Loss

Several weeks ago, I took on a little photography project called “100 Steps.” The assignment was simple. Go out for a walk—start from anywhere, take 100 steps and take a photo. No moving from where […]

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Sharing our American Traditions: Thanksgiving

Since we live across the ocean from our families, I find it difficult this time of year. Thanksgiving and Christmas are very much family holidays, but we don’t have any extended family near by with whom […]

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Dear Eva Joy | 8 Months Old

Dear Eva Joy,

You want so much to keep up with your big brother! It frustrates you sometimes when you can’t move as fast as he does, but don’t worry… your time is coming! Keep practicing […]

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Signs of Christmas

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Carlisle! A couple of weeks ago, we decided to do something that we’ve never done before: attend the lighting of the Christmas lights celebration in the […]

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On Remembering Why We’re Here

If you saw my Facebook post the other day, you already know I had an interesting run-in with a delivery man. Well, God had something to teach me from that encounter. And this is the […]

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