Monthly Archives: March 2014

The way I see it.

Over the last 11 months, if I have heard that statement once i have heard it a million times. While this statement is very short it was followed by a very VERY long opinion about anything from the Bible to … Continue reading

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Funerals, Rabies, and Visits from Home

Today kind of sucked because my dog was killed. Franklin was probably the first thing I really loved about our home. He would follow us everywhere- he would go tell stories with us, he would come and check on us, … Continue reading

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More Than Tuna!

Our team is made up of people who are here for differing amounts of time. Caro was here in Nepal for 11 months. She is from the Greenville area- she got to Nepal because of a missions trip she took … Continue reading

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The MGA

Just a warning- the following blog is utterly ridiculous. However, I feel like it says a lot about us and our team. Place the blame on me- ¬†she is a work of my imagination..which just goes to say I will … Continue reading

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Crops, Harvesting, and Drying

In our village the main crops grown are corn, rice, and wheat. It is like all the flavors of Chex cereal. It started with the corn getting planted before monsoon, then the rice is transplanted during monsoon and then after … Continue reading

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Ultimate- best game ever.

I love ultimate frisbee, it is one of the best games ever. We used to play it after church every Sunday, Thursday, and sometimes on Wednesday. Brooke and I used to be the only girls that would play- but it … Continue reading

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The more the merrier.

I forget who it was or what we were talking about but, the topic was about language- and how you can see what is the most important thing to that people group but how many words they have for it- … Continue reading

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