This post is written by Sarah
I got to sleep in this morning and as I drifted slowly awake a memory came to me of my first Mother’s Day. It was 2012 and I was six months pregnant with Micah. Some dear friends of ours, Arthur and Min Lee Ang were also expecting a child. Together with a couple single friends from our church we all went out for brunch after the service to celebrate. The day was chilly but the sun was warm so we ate out on the patio. As I remembered this scene I got out of bed and remarked to Andrew, “That was one of the best days of my life.” Continue reading “Foreseen in Joy”
Our youth, my privilege, and a scene from Moonlight.
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A lesson learned in our early days as a family-teaching couple
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An update on how Micah is doing these days
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I thought I’d look back at the past month or so and post some of my favorite photos of the boys. We traveled to Indiana to go to my sister’s wedding and to see friends and family. Almost all of the photos are from that trip. Traveling with the boys is getting more and more enjoyable. They’re getting older and having more fun.
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A frustrating morning waiting for Micah’s school bus.
Continue reading “Waiting for the bus.”
Choosing the ways of Sesame Street over Sodor Island.
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Some snapshots of the boys, sans pants.
Continue reading “Monday Morning Snaps”
I literally haven’t tried writing a poem since college. But for some reason I felt that I wanted to today. I have no idea how to really do it anymore, but I thought I would try anyway. It seems somewhat juvenile in its style, but that’s kind of where I’m at in my poem-writing abilities apparently. So be it.
Continue reading “This Morning (a poem)”