I am in new territory. I joined the blogging community. I loathe journaling so this should be fun. However, since I am living a life in a foreign country and every day seems like an adventure of some sorts, I want to capture a few shots of my time adapting. Right now my husband is on an adventure that I guarantee will produce all sorts of interesting blogging material. Over the past 4 days (when he had cell phone reception) I have received calls from my hubby and listened to brief descriptions of tribes in Northern Kenya that are remote. The stories give me flashbacks to when I was in elementary school and sat on the front row in church and heard missionaries speak of reaching people that have never heard "the good news" of the Gospel. I can not wait to share some of his journey with you.
I want to warn you though that one of the many reasons that I have not blogged up until now was because I knew that I would not take the time to correct my punctuation or grammar mistakes. I teach my kids at home and although we are deep into diagramming sentences I know that I will fail in making sure I do not have a run-on sentence or forget to add a comma or add too many commas. I was an English major in college but the many years that have passed since I held the diploma in my hand and the foreign languages learned; like German and Macedonian, have blurred my memory of all the rules. (I think that last sentence should contain a colon. See, I told you!) So, I will throw caution to the wind and put my stories and pictures of our grand Kenya adventure out for the world to read.