Tara

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Another New Beginning

Recently, we were informed by our teammates, Rich and Jil, that they were strongly feeling led by God to not return to Argentina.  So, in the last few weeks or so we’ve been discussing that and the implications of that, now final, decision.  As you may remember, our team has always felt that God had […]

The Unimaginable Path

If you would have asked me after my senior year of high school if I thought I’d be where I’m at today, I probably would have responded no way. It’s not that I didn’t have a desire to serve God, it’s just that I never imagined it would be on this path.  It’s really awesome to […]

Crafts with the Girls

Crafts with the Girls

We had a great time with a group of girls this afternoon.  They LOVED making this stained-glass votive candle holder and LOVED that they got to take it home too.  Here’s some shots from our time together. Erika putting on the tissue paper. Sara painting glue on her candle holder. Melani making one. Marisol, this […]

Visitors!

Visitors!

Last weekend Meche and Tati,  friends of ours and leaders in the Wilde GBC in Buenos Aires, brought a group of young adults out to La Plata for the day.  We had a great time hanging out and talking, and they led the Hora Feliz in the villa.  (Do I still need to define those […]

Elijah at School

Giving Grief A Chance

I recently finished reading the book, “Third Culture Kids: The Experience of Growing Up Among Worlds” by David C. Pollack and Ruth E. Van Reken. Our three boys are officially Third Culture Kids, TCKs. “TCKs are raised in a neither/nor world. It is neither fully the world of their parents’ culture nor fully the world […]

Where Did Summer Go?

Summer vacation is officially over.  School starts tomorrow.  Malachi will be going into 1st grade, Elijah and Ellie will be in Kindergarten and Emerson will be in pre-school.  They are all going to the same school and the three younger one’s school day will be from 1pm to 5:30pm each day, Malachi’s goes to 6pm.  […]