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I'm a reader....I love coffee, tea and especially Dr. Pepper!!I've been married for 35 years,have four kids. we spent many years working with churches in the USthen 15 years in Mexico.Now we are home...where I homeschool our three teens.I can relate to so much of what you write about...especially in relationships with others.Our oldest daughter is a prodigal...far from home, far from us and far from God. We are watching, praying and waiting to see how God will bring her home.
I didn't mean to ignore your invitation, just got lost in the shuffle of this long trip we're on.I'm Beth McManus. Been married 19 years. We've been in Mexico 6 years. We work with MK education. I homeschool both our boys (ages 12 and 9). I'm a 2nd generation MK and a 3rd generation missionary to Mexico.
I thought I commented on your earlier post but now I look back and it's not there! Oh well! I meant to comment, in any case! :-)I'm Sarah, and I live with my family in Wamena, Papua, Indonesia. My hubby is a pilot with Mission Aviation Fellowship. We just got back to Wamena a couple days ago from our first furlough, and our two girls (ages 2 and 4) are happy to be home! I am an MK (I grew up in Ecuador and my parents are still there) and love the overseas life. What I don't love is the packing/unpacking and the goodbyes!I love reading your blog, and am so glad that we got the chance to meet earlier this year! Blessings!Oh, and I'll take whatever you have... coffee (with lots of cream and sugar!), tea, Coke, whatever!
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