Summer Recap and Thoughts on Commitment

August 21, 2014

What a summer!  So, I haven’t blogged in quite a few weeks; I’ve taken this time to try to recoup from the crazy months we’ve had and reflect on not only where I’ve been, but where I’m heading.  I’ve mentioned on my Facebook page that I would be recapping the summer a bit (including the […]

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Where Am I? My Journey Home

June 19, 2014

Where have I been? Or rather, where am I? So it’s been awhile since I’ve blogged and there’s a good reason for that.  I’ve been traveling. Again. And when I say traveling, this time I mean REALLY traveling.  Once again our family kissed the good ole’ USA goodbye and headed back overseas to the little […]

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The Trip That Changed Everything

February 23, 2013

Have you ever come to that point in your life when you realize that the next step you take will cause your entire life to be changed?  That was a point I came to twelve years ago this weekend.  You may or may not know this about me, but my family and I are missionaries […]

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Banana Fritters: An Island Favorite!

December 2, 2012

As you may or may not know, I live on a small island in the South Pacific, called Pohnpei.  I love my little island home and just about everything about it!  A lot of the traditional local food can be a big adjustment to foreigners visiting here but one recipe that pretty much EVERYONE loves […]

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Where Have I Been?

October 9, 2012

So maybe you’ve noticed I’ve been absent from my blog recently.  Here’s why!  I’ve been traveling the world, so it seems!  We got a last minute whim to try to get me to California (from our little island in Micronesia) for my parent’s 50th Anniversary celebration!  I still can’t believe it actually worked out!  It […]

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Gold Medal Philosophy

August 2, 2012

All eyes are on London and the 2012 Olympic Games these days!  I’ve been following the games closely as I’ve got TWO countries to keep up with, being from the USA but living in the FSM.  Something I was just thinking about this past weekend is one part of the Olympic training process that isn’t […]

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