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Category Archives: Life Lessons
I’m a seeker, a life-long learner, and am always looking for ways to improve my life/health/understanding of all that is good. I have an open mind and a willingness to believe, so often can be found trying out new things. … Continue reading
I had an “Aha!” moment today as I realized the true meaning behind this British greeting. Several times lately I’ve been greeted by a UK friend with, “You alright?” and I thought to myself, “I must be looking sad/bad/tired or … Continue reading
The whole of chapter 13 of the Official DVSA Guide to Driving is devoted to Night Driving and I understand why– The absolute worst thing about being in England is driving at night. As the days got shorter and shorter, … Continue reading
There are very few stop signs in the UK. More often junctions are regulated by the Give Way sign. This is the only sign that is an inverted triangle–the point at the bottom. This is because it is most important … Continue reading
Not the cars, but large bodies of water across a road. Sometimes these are temporary and unintentional, as can happen on these narrow country roads if they are near a water source or it has been raining heavily, but others … Continue reading
Welcome to day one of the A-Z Blogging Challenge! In case you did not stop by for the Theme Reveal, I’ll summarize here that my husband and I are living in England for two years as missionaries for the Church of Jesus … Continue reading
A few days ago as we were driving the Sister Missionaries to an appointment, one of them (out of the blue) asked, “What is the best thing about being married?” Now that is a question to ponder! Which I have … Continue reading
Creep and Peep: This is what we do when we leave our driveway each time–edge out slowly, creeping/inching our way as we look one way then another for that sudden rush of a vehicle going 70 mph on our small … Continue reading
Today we are learning about resiliency training and were directed to this video. You can see it via YouTube: So…when you are buffeted by life’s turmoils, get up, shake yourself off and continue to follow your Leader.