A change of seasons…

Boarding call… So much was accomplished in my short six weeks in Texas, not a minute was wasted! Here’s a few of the things I enjoyed most… Being SO encouraged by the churches, my brothers and sisters in the faith, the ministries, the joy, and the perseverance of the saints at home. Co-leading the Gospel […]

It’s dangerous out there.

There are some things that we just have no concept of in the States. Bullfighting is one of them. Yea, we’ve got rodeos and calf-roping, barrel racing, and even the moments of organized chaos where a calf/goat/pig/other unfortunate animal has a ribbon tied to it’s tail, and then hundreds of children corral the animal in […]

Wouldn’t you like to know…

Wouldn’t you like to know…this is a list of interesting tid-bits from living in Spanish culture. The list may include, but is not limited to: food, people, expressions, daily living, language blunders, etc. It’s a pretty normal and cool thing for young people to eat sunflower seeds. When an older woman becomes a widow, it […]

Merry Christmas!

There are many ways to say “Merry Christmas” in Spain…for example: If you live in Catalunya, in Catalan: “Bon Nadal i Feliç Any Nou” If you live in País Vasco (Basque Country), in Euskera: “Zorionak eta Urte Berri On” If you live in Galicia, in Gallego: “Bo Nadal e Feliz AniNovo” If you live in […]