Month: May 2014

European Adventures: Jennifer Edition

The long awaited, much-anticipated visit from my friend Jennifer! ¬†Our first event was attending a tea party for the church ladies, a “hello/goodbye” event, as military congregations are very fluid. Here, Jennifer met my family away from home, as well as some of the most amazing prayer warriors I’ve...

A Day at Dachau

One could say “there are no words to describe what you feel when you walk through a concentration camp”, but I’m going to attempt to describe just that. This site demands a post to itself, out of respect for the millions of lives lost, or otherwise changed forever by...

European Adventures: Grandparent Edition

Eighteen months after their first visit, my parents returned to Germany. This time, since I was not having a baby, we were able to do some site seeing. Because someone forgot how to read airline tickets, we hit the ground running hours after my parents arrival (yeah, that would...