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Thoughts on Preparing to Move Overseas with a Family (Part 3)
This post is long overdue, but is a continuation of a series I compiled about the process of moving overseas with a family. (Here are the links to   Part 1  on how we came to our decision to move overseas &  Part 2  on the steps we took to prepare for our m...
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The Time I Yelled, "Jesus Loves Me"
It had been a typical day for us. We had greeted the morning with smiles and tickles and lots of snuggles. I had sipped on my chai tea while reading through the book of Proverbs as the girls ran around in the garden in their teddy bear pj's, enjoying the cr...
The Time I Yelled, "Jesus Loves Me"
The Time I Yelled, "Jesus Loves Me"
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Moving Overseas with a Preschooler
"Mommy, I wish I had three of these, so that way, if you needed to sell some, I would still have one left. Wouldn't that be a good idea?!" "Mommy, why is everyone speaking Spanish to me? I don't like when they speak Spanish." "I used to live in Louisville, ...
Moving Overseas with a Preschooler
Moving Overseas with a Preschooler
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Lessons from Succot- "Temporary Shelters"
In Jerusalem, we are currently in the midst of the religious Jewish celebration of Succot, also known as the Festival of Tabernacles. The preparations for this holiday began after Yom Kippur- when home goods stores suddenly lined their front shelves with "s...
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Navigating the Israeli Shopping Experience
The Mahane Yehuda Market is my favorite place in Jerusalem. It may seem silly, since we are steps away from the majestic Old City walls, the vast labyrinth that is the Church of the Holy Sepluchre, and the serene and enchanting Western Wall (Matt's favorite...
Navigating the Israeli Shopping Experience
Navigating the Israeli Shopping Experience
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Thoughts on Preparing to Move Overseas with a Family (Part 2)
(Here is the  link  to Part 1) Thankfully, our preparations to move overseas happened gradually as well- over a period of almost a year. I remember that first month after we had made our decision- checking out a dozen books from the library on expats and mo...
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Thoughts on Preparing to Move Overseas with a Family (Part 2)
(Here is the  link  to Part 1) Thankfully, our preparations to move overseas happened gradually as well- over a period of almost a year. I remember that first month after we had made our decision- checking out a dozen books from the library on expats and mo...
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Thoughts on Preparing to Move Overseas with a Family (Part 1)
When did we make the decision to move to Israel? Good question. And one I am not completely sure how to answer myself. The decision came "much like falling asleep- slowly and then all at once" (to borrow one of my favorite metaphors from a famous novel.) I ...
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Two are better than one.
"Two are better than one,  because they have a good reward for their labour: if either of them falls down, one can help the other up..." (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10) My Matt, What a whirlwind the last few months have been! The preparations for our move have been s...
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Do Not Grow Weary.
I have recently felt surrounded by chaos- from without and within. My head is almost constantly spinning with a list of to-do's: back up my computer, pay bills, cook dinner, clean up lunch, sort through the girls' clothes, list more items to sell online, va...
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