I returned from PNG on March 9, almost two weeks ago now. Since then I’ve been helping Sam catch up on school work and doing a little work for TekLinks. We also spent two nights in San Antonio with the kids, and my parents just headed back to Alabama after visiting with us for the … More A PNG Tale: "There and Back Again"
In a few hours I’ll be headed towards Pastor Albert’s house. For the next week I’ll be taking part of all of his normal life. We’ll go to the market to sell pineapples from his garden, take care of pigs and goats at his house, visit his church members, cook, and wash clothes in the … More Headed to Pastor Alberts house
It seems that everything is going well on the other side of the world where my husband is currently spending his days and nights. After a very long travel schedule, he and the others on the team arrived safely in Goroka, a city which is located at about 5,000 feet above sea level in the … More First Week in PNG
Here’s a little look at our goodbye at the airport this morning. As expected, our drama queen daughter showed the most emotion, but the boys, also as expected, have found other ways to manifest their feelings. As of this post (about 10:30 PM, February 15th), Jeremy is in Los Angeles, awaiting his flight to Brisbane, … More Farewell at the Airport
I just wanted to write a quick update before I leave for Papua New Guinea on Wednesday. Mexico UpdateThis past week I made another trip down to the small farming village in Mexico that my team has been working in this year. This was our third trip down to this particular village this school year. … More Mexico Update and PNG Bound…