Anyhoo, this last semester has been so full of learning, most of which gets really technical and perhaps even (gasp!) boring to those who aren't of linguistic persuasion (bi-directional partial fusion anyone?). We, however, have really enjoyed the time getting to see how God designed languages that are so complicated, yet adhere to logical rules and systems that allow us to figure them out.
Well, linguistics classes have been in session for over a week now, and I feel like I’m seeing “suspicious pairs” lurking in dark alleys and I’ve already had my first linguistics nightmare. Literally up all night trying to figure out why I hadn’t converted a [pw] into a [pʷ] in my homework, and trying to […]
Well, the time slot of ambiguity left in the wake of a vacant semester is quickly starting to take shape.
Stacie: So it is official: Wisconsin, here we stay!
Stacie: Well, life has certainly shown itself to have quite the twisty path as of late, and we’re never quite sure which direction God will have us go next! He has already blessed us with a pretty big life changer, due to arrive in April, which was definitely not part of our well-thought-out life plan. […]
God's passion for these people is far beyond anything I could muster up, and He wants them reached much more than we do.
Rhett: I believe that when God invented the blog, He intended it be used to pass both information that was too philosophical for a newsletter and also for information that is far too useless to make it into the precious monthly (or tri-monthly as our current case may be) newsletter. With that said, let me […]
One thing I also loved was how we got to see a little more about how God’s world works and how perfectly He has designed everything to function. It is amazing how many details this world has, the vast majority of which have yet to be discovered or figured out!