Resurrection Rolls

To celebrate Good Friday the girls and I made “Resurrection Rolls”. I originally learned to make these in college and we called them K-rocks, after the friend who taught us to make them. I had no idea then that they were “resurrection rolls”, but I love the idea! It is a fun way to talk…

Fortune Cookies

I was making Chinese food for dinner the other night and remembered seeing a recipe on a blog for fortune cookies.  I thought the girls would think they were fun, so I gave it a shot! If you want to try to make them yourself, here is the recipe: Here’s how they started out,…

Rainy Saturday

It was a rainy saturday today. And I loved it. We made waffles and warm cinnamon apples and ate breakfast lazily. The girls and Daddy went out in the rain with pjs, boots and umbrellas. We all stayed in pjs for a LONG time. (Belle wore hers all day and then slept in them again!)…

PNG 411

Papua New Guinea is a small nation on the other side of the world. While many people (including us for most of our lives) may recognize the name, few can find it quickly on a map. Here is some information and a little bit of history to help you become better acquainted with PNG. Click here to read on.

St. Patrick’s Day

We had fun celebrating today! St. Patrick’s Day isn’t something I usually celebrate, but with kids, it is so fun to celebrate holidays! I love finding fun ideas to do to make days special, and a day devoted to green made that easy! We started our day with GREEN milk and GREEN quiche and GREEN…

Back on Track

We are thrilled to announce that we are back on track to move to Papua New Guinea to join the church planting efforts of New Tribes Mission.

After a year detour, we are once again preparing to ship out. Everett is here and the five of us (well at least four out of five since Everett doesn’t have an opinion) are eager to resume our journey. Our hope is to leave this coming July, but our girls are ready now. They ask daily if we can start packing–maybe we should have waited a bit longer before telling them.

Between now and July we will be packing, shipping supplies, raising support and hoping that our paperwork moves steadily–if not rapidly–through Papua New Guinea’s system. If you would like to join our support team, or would like to know more about it, please contact us.