Who would have thought that all we need could fit in a car?
Yvon and I decided that I would be followed by a mid-wife for our first child. That meant that we were accepting that when I would deliver, there wouldn’t be the option of taking the epidural, except for an emergency situation where I would be transferred to the hospital. You can already imagine, especially if […]
Well, I’m finally deciding to start writing in this blog of ours. I was encouraged by a friend and actually, for a long time I’ve been wanting to write, so, here’s my first post. Photo of Elisabeth @ 20 weeks by us.
We went to Ventnor to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Elisabeth’s parents. Why Ventnor? Because they used to go in the area to camp near the beach. So almost all the family were there. We had a lot of fun and rest. Photo made by us.
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. Benjamin Franklin Even though we are now done with our training, one of the lessons we learned during classes is that we will be continuous learners. Of course this seems obvious for most people, but I guess it is a […]
Trials are purposeful. Trials are tests for the purpose of growth in godliness. Trials are divinely design not to test whether our faith is genuine but for the purpose of purifying the faith that is genuine […]. Trials exist to refine and purify the faith that already exists. C.J. Mahaney Would it not be just […]
To be content with what we possess is the greatest and most secure of riches. Marcus Tullius Cicero When you read “living simply”, what comes into your minds? For more than a semester, we lived in a house without running water. So, this suggests that we had no washroom in our apartment. Picture this: For […]