Build the Expectation

Excitement With EuroCon less than a month away, there’s plenty of buzz around home base.   In passing conversation it’s commonplace to hear phrases like, Are you going to Budapest, or Did you buy your ticket yet?  It’s exciting, and people are getting ready to go, at least logistically. And while it’s important...

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Christmas From Berlin

Christmas is about getting as much as it is about giving. Apparently though, this is a thing we are all having a hard time doing: Getting. I couldn’t tell you how many times I’ve heard, “Oh, why did you get this for me? I haven’t gotten anything for you!” In...

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Feeling Free

Rhythm School is in full swing. I have finally gotten in a rhythm as far as my schedule and preparation for classes go. Dreading I kind of dreaded coming back this year, actually. There were going to be so many changes, so many new staff members, so many new things I...

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“A Wee Thought” about Ireland

10 Short Days and God’s Fingerprints As I look back on my ten short days in Ireland and Northern Ireland, I can’t help but to compare the amount of vast untouched beauty the island holds to the amount of structure and intricacy that the people have brought to the land. ...

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Jack Phiri

His eyes are always filled with compassion (I guess after having ten children in one of the poorest places on earth you might learn a thing or two about compassion). His clothes are mismatched, old and worn, but he brings such dignity to them that they might as well be...

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