Travel Guide to Paris, France.
Learning a lesson the hard way.
Our 2nd Home.
Wednesday, February 8th. We were still eating every meal in camping chairs, sleeping on a mattress on the floor, and re-wearing our small selection of clothing. Yet, feeling very thankful that we had successfully found a house... and we're no longer living in Temporary Lodging. William was now going to work every day, which meant I was … Continue reading Christmas in February
You are not alone.
January 4th, I woke up way before my alarm (a very rare event for me). I immediately rolled over and started shaking William, "Wake up! Wake up! We're moving to Germany today!!!!", followed by loud pitch squeals. (Clearly, my attitude has changed since that day in June, all thanks to the Lord above.) We got to … Continue reading Best Fit
It was my 10th day in Utah and 2nd to last day on my summer nanny adventure. I could see the light at the end of the tunnel but it still didn't seem close enough. In some ways the summer had flown by, but in others, it felt like the longest - most exhausting - … Continue reading Saved by Shania
One of the greatest perks of working in a school is that you still get a summer break as an adult. You're free to spend the day at the pool, stay out late at night, have breakfast, lunch and dinner on the deck, leave town as you please -- and still get a paid for it. Hal-le-lu-jah. So you … Continue reading California Crazy
The clock struck midnight and I was still lying there wide awake. I had tried everything: Reading. Essential Oils. Praying. Gilmore Girls. Nothing was working. My flight would be leaving in few hours and I knew I needed rest. But my head and heart were working hard together to ensure I wouldn’t accidentally sleep through … Continue reading My Husband’s Home