I Write About . . .
My fears about leaving America.
How, in the beginning, I didn’t want to go.
God’s faithfulness to me on this journey.
Being a Third Culture Kid.
In addition to my own blog, I regularly write for Velvet Ashes (Encouragement for Women Serving Overseas) and A Life Overseas (the Missions Conversation). I also serve as one of the editors at A Life Overseas.
My Favorite Things . . .
Math and science. I often find God in the pages of a science magazine.
Dates with my husband, my very favorite person on the planet.
British Literature: Jane Austen, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charlotte Bronte, C.S. Lewis, and Lucy Maud Montgomery (though she’s Canadian).
Laughing. Preferably loudly.
Long walks. Aerobic exercise.
Dark chocolate. Sharp cheddar cheese. Indian food. Creamy peanut butter. Hummus.
Birth and babies.
Long conversations with Kindred Spirits.
A Bit More Background . . .
My husband and I were high school sweethearts.
We served in youth ministry in America for over 10 years.
I’ve said and done a lot of dumb things in my life. That’s why I’m so thankful for a God who’s good. His grace is enough. His grace still amazes me.
He has never left me alone. And I will love Him forever.