Recipes from Myanmar

The following three recipes come from our Lisu friends and represent some common dishes from Northern Myanmar.  Plenty of rice is a must with Asian food. Plan for one cup …

Just do it already!

Almost two years ago… I ran across a fitness group on Facebook, thanks to seeing a post from a sweet gal in a supporting church. I had just had my …

Culture Shock & Confusion

Regardless of how I felt or what I thought was right, the sign was the ultimate authority.


Good Things

My little boy needed to learn a lesson, and at that moment I could completely relate to the “this hurts me more than it hurts you” mantra.


Giving Thanks

I’m meditating on this verse today, so I thought I would share with you a few of the “thanks” that are on my mind.


A Smooth Transition

Looking for a heat wave? Come to Thailand! We turned the calendar page from February to March, and I’m fairly certain that little action signaled the temperature to soar to …

Seasoning the Season

I’ve heard one phrase repeated quite a bit: “it’s just a season. The days are long, but the years are short.” Forget season! My life is a vapor. Poof. Gone.
“For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away.” James 4:14


Sights of the Soi

Take a ride-along with Anne down the streets of Suan Nonsi to their home – Mubaan Suan Nonsi.


Babies at the Border

One of the smartest things we did in preparing for our daughter’s birth was beg, plead, persuade (or otherwise ask!) my in-laws to send my sister-in-law to Thailand for a month.