Wordless Wednesday: New England Autumn

Wordless Wednesday: New England Autumn

#78: My Defeat at Waterloo

#78: My Defeat at Waterloo

I have a faulty memory for most things, but numbers in particular fall out of my head with astonishing regularity. My grades in various history classes will bear out the sad fact that I can’t seem to remember a date to save my life. Fortunately, when you are traveling, you can usually count on a […]

#77: A Tale of Two Trips

#77: A Tale of Two Trips

One of the benefits of college is the opportunity to befriend people you would never otherwise meet and visit them in places you would never otherwise go. Due to the whims of dorm and roommate roulette I was fortunate to make acquaintances who invited me to travel with them to exotic locations like Columbus, Georgia… […]

Wordless Wednesday: Dutch Colors

Wordless Wednesday: Dutch Colors

Wordless Wednesday: Mary Poppins

Wordless Wednesday: Mary Poppins

I present to you this Wednesday, Mary Poppins around the world. Prague, Czech Republic Athens, Greece Santorini, Greece Paris, France Salzburg, Austria Budapest, Hungary

Pamphleteer News 6.14.13

Pamphleteer News 6.14.13

It’s been a slow news month in Pamphleteer World. I (Melissa) have been transitioning into summer mode with my oldest out of school now. More play dates, a few more activities – nothing too serious. And this is the time of year in which I actively do battle with the forces of nature that seem […]

Wordless Wednesday: Glimpses of Ghent

Wordless Wednesday: Glimpses of Ghent

             

Pamphleteer News 5.3.13

Pamphleteer News 5.3.13

The pamphleteers haven’t seen all that much of each other the last few weeks. Three of us have been on the road, springtime allergies have run amok among us, and – you know – life. In recent weeks, Renee traveled to and through various and sundry European countries. She successfully packed a manageable size and […]

#62: Trip Planning 101

#62: Trip Planning 101

At the time of this posting I am likely on a plane, heading to another country. International travel is not something I ever, in a million years, imagined would be a part of my life, so I don’t take the extreme privilege for granted. I have been super fortunate to befriend people who just happened […]

#37: White Paint, Red Clay

#37: White Paint, Red Clay

Last time, I told you about the birth of my heart for cross-cultural missions.  If you missed it, you can catch up here. That first trip to Russia in 1997 opened a new world to me and ignited something in me that has never died down. I suddenly saw far beyond the boundaries of my […]

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