I hope all you mothers out there have enjoyed this beautiful spring day. Here in the Shenandoah Valley it has been so awesome. David and I have so enjoyed our day. We first attended a church service at our beloved community at Park View Mennonite Church. David then offered to take me to Lexington, Virginia, an hour south of here […]
Our long search for a home has finally come to an end. It led us to a modest ranch home in a little town called Broadway, just fifteen minutes north of Harrisonburg. We had hoped to find something in closer to town, but when we looked at this house, we realized that it met so many of our needs that
As things here in Harrisonburg become more familiar with each passing day, I’ve been reflecting back to our move. We had several unusual encounters with nature, all within a week before we left Massachusetts that felt like more than coincidences. One day we were traveling south on Route 116, about a mile from our home, when a little bear cub
Well, we’ve moved. Eleven nights ago, David and I were putting our bed together for our first night in our condo in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Then the next day we began the process of settling in, one room at a time. I have to correct something I posted earlier. I was feeling so confident that we had purged enough of our
It’s been weeks since last I posted here. Life is full, so there has not been a dull moment. David and I just signed an offer on our house… hurray! When I let my long-time friend in Vermont know that we were signing this offer, she wrote, “Wow! Your life must be spinning right now and gypsy that you are,
Photo by Saloma Furlong: “Taking the Long View” Whenever I travel, I gain new perspectives. The trip David and I just returned from is no exception. We started our trip a week ago last Saturday, driving to Harrisonburg, Virginia that first day. We enjoyed visiting Park View Church the next morning. The singing in that church is just so beautiful.