A New Year

Let’s recap.

In January, my football team lost the National Title Game, and I wrote about something sort of embarrassing but very important. February brought a post about prayer that seemed to make an impression. In March, my amazing husband preached his first sermon as part of our prefield kickoff and I blogged about how Chris and I are super Christians. In April, I introduced the world to our {yet unborn} daughter by name. In May, I opened up more about some healing I needed to do before becoming a mama, joined Pinterest {the most beautiful place on the Internet}, and visited not one, but two churches. One of those visits involved a missing ‘a’ that I recently found in our Christmas decoration. Posts in June centered on the imminent {more imminent than we knew!} arrival of Susanna, and one of my favorite post titles {ok, post} ever. In July, over 20 days after Susanna was born, I featured her arrival and then shared about how stinkin’ hard mamahood is. I barely posted at all in August; something about being consumed with being a new mama. As I read this post “from the mama ‘Hood” from September, I am really grateful for the full night’s sleep we now get most nights! At October’s Missions Fest Seattle, God showed Chris and I how He can use us in a young person’s life and in the lives of our neighbors. I also hosted my first giveaway and wrote about out third church visit. November, which seems like it was just yesterday, did not feature a post every day, but I came close. I also came face-to-face with my sin, some Mormon missionaries, the intense need for the Gospel in Spain, a blatant error, and the sweetest faces in the Universe. Finally, as we neared Susanna’s 6 month birthday, I updated everyone on the ministry in Spain and shared the items missionaries most want to find in your church’s missionary closet.

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Chris, Rosalie and Susanna. Heart for young people, skeptics, hurting and heavy hearted. Grateful that God qualifies the called, not the other way around. Striving to live in obedience to our call to church planting in Spain and documenting the journey along the way.

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