Author Archives: missionteacher

End of the year – Thankfulness

So, it has been a while since I last posted, and so much has happened since then! Teaching, exam invigilation, sorting paperwork, report writing, wedding preparation, and then flying back to NZ. I made it through, praise God, and now … Continue reading

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Accidentally Awesome!

Sometimes I am just wanting to take pictures of the countryside out of the window of a car, but then I manage to get people in the pictures and it gives a bit of an insight into life in Tigray, … Continue reading

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Language Learning

Language learning is hard at the best of times, but it sure can have its moments! Amharic isĀ one of the widest spoken languages in Ethiopia, and the language spoken by my fiancee, and so it has been the language that … Continue reading

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So I was scrolling through my Facebook feed the other day and I came across this. http://www.alifeoverseas.com/in-defense-of-second-class-missionaries/ This is Amy Medina’s blog. She blogs about being a missionary, and a mum, and etc. I am a blogger too. But she … Continue reading

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End of Term 3

And what an amazing term it has been! So much going on with the students! Here is a run down of the highlights: Field/Athletics Day(s) This was in January, and is generally a highlight of the year. Fun, sport, and … Continue reading

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Wedding Planning from afar

Hello all, It has been an exciting nearly 4 months since Medan and I got engaged: showing the ring to people, getting many congratulations, pre-marital counselling, and of course setting a date for the wedding! Not long after the engagement, … Continue reading

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A Very Exciting Thing Part II

Hello all! I am pleased to have my lovely fiancee to do the first guest post on my blog! This is his side of the story of our relationship. Enjoy! Our story begins when a friend introduced us on a … Continue reading

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