In Cuenca

We've finally arrived! Well, last week anyway. We've unpacked and settled in a bit. We've talked to a lot of people and explored a lot. I'm still pretty much completely overwhelmed. I feel as though I've been hit by a truck, which may just be altitude sickness. I miss home, and my family back in... Continue Reading →

Train vs. Tahoe

My grandma has this really old Chevy Tahoe. I remember the day she bought it. I grew up going out to the river with her in it, and using it to tow our boat. I mean, even my first car accident was in that car lol. We [our family + grandma ] have lived together... Continue Reading →

Im at Capacity

I cant deal with getting the kids ready, myself ready, my brother-in-law a birth certificate and passport, my little brother an I.D.and passport, and now my husband a new I.D.  Im already getting all our documents apostilled in three different states, selling the rest of our possessions (including our car), packing, buying, homeschooling, exercising, praying,... Continue Reading →

55 Days Left in the US

So, yesterday we officially left behind the "purging phase" (as I took to calling it), and we have now entered the "purchasing phase"- Infinitely more exciting. Main things I learned from the purging phase: We have way too much stuff. Im so happy we got rid of/donated/sold easily two thirds of our belongings. Everything we... Continue Reading →

Praise Him

When I hit a wall and I don’t know what to say, I remember that my lips were made to praise The Lord, so I’ll start there. When I hit a wall and I don’t know what to do, I remember that my hands were made to serve The Lord, so I’ll start there.  When... Continue Reading →

Mi Amor

You make my heart beat faster,  and fill our house with laughter.  Your smile is too much for me,  i'm so glad eternally yours I'll be.  Thank you for our wonderful life,  Your ever loving , ever faithful wife. 

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