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Let’s Go To The Hop: A Writing Process Blog Hop

This week I was tagged in a Writing Process Blog Hop by the lovely, ever interesting, and thoughtful Terri at The Homeschooling Doctor. She is ever expanding my mind’s capability with her articles on eating and living with a whole foods lifestyle. She makes me reminisce about my homeschooled childhood with her articles on homeschooling her three (soon to be four) children. And… Read more →

Wednesday Write-Up: Oh, But California

As I was driving today through the near by town of Petaluma, California the song California by Joni Mitchell came on Spotify.  I turned it up as far as my iPhone speaker would let me and reminisced about what I have done and who I have seen far during this trip back to our “home” in Northern California. We have been… Read more →

Wednesday Write-Up: Change of Plans

We have had a gigantic change of plans today. Our trip to visit family and friends here in Northern California was set to end with our return flight to Tokyo in a week and a half. I was mentally and emotionally preparing for the good-byes, I was ready, but it looks like we will be here an extra week here in California.… Read more →

Training in Trusting

Chad has been in England for the past two weeks, which has given me many opportunities to learn, prepare, and mature as a mom, wife, and soon to be world traveler. This past week especially has been trying and emotional for many reasons, and yes, you get to hear all about them! I take my hat off to all of… Read more →

London Calling

“London calling, now don’t look to us/Phony Beatlemania has bitten the dust” The Clash – London Calling A gate in front of Buckingham Palace ©Chad R. Mitchell Welcome to a 12-hour blitz tour of London. This is not a trip that was taken with children. No, in fact it was a brutal hike around the sights, over long walks, through… Read more →

A Million Miles Away

A Million Miles Away By Chad R. Mitchell   “To travel is to live.” H.C. Anderson There was a time when a man would leave his home, set out on the sea for months at a time, and leave loved ones waiting behind. He would shoulder his rucksack, pull his pea coat tight about him and stare longingly at the… Read more →

What a Week! The Fun Begins!

Wow, what a week this has been! First of all, we had Zoë’s dedication last Sunday morning. I have wanted to have her dedicated at our church since we started attending regularly when she was 3 weeks old. Time flies by though and when Chad and I decided that we would definitely be traveling, one of the first things on… Read more →

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