Today is our wedding anniversary. Eight years ago we said I do and promised to stand by one another… even in sickness and in health.
As you read a few weeks back I was very sick last year while being pregnant with Number One and ended up 29 days in hospital. It was a tough time for all our family and friends, especially my husband, who stood by my side. Luckily he was surrounded by supporting family and friends. Continue reading In sickness and in health
When I talk about the “miracle lady” I want you to know that it is all by the grace and goodness of God. All the glory to Him.
It all started a few months ago when I went to the doctor with chest pain and coughing… actually to 3 different doctors in a 4-week period. Continue reading Miracle lady
We went to the mountains and one of the many activities we did was horse-riding.
Although my parents sent us for some horse-riding lessons as children I believe all skills can be forgotten without regular practice. Every time I get on a horse I see myself as a beginner, trying to get as many tips from the guide as possible. On that specific day the only instructions I remembered were “hold on” and “put your feet in here”. Continue reading The day I almost fell of a horse
We recently went to the mountains for a week for a long-deserved rest. We went with family and one might ask how much rest did you anticipate with my 18 month old toddler and his 6 and 9 year old cousins.
The chalets had different views, ours overlooked a mountain and the rest over the valley and mountains in the far distance.
Continue reading Finding rest
Communication plays a very important role in our everyday life.
In one of the Friends-episodes there is the incident where 2 of the friends have the misunderstanding when one asked “got the keys?”, but the message was understood as “got the keys”; and they were locked outside the apartment, both thinking the other one got the keys. Continue reading Communication mishaps
Thinking back about my mother’s parents I have a lot of good memories. They were a bit younger than my father’s parents and lived in the big city.
I remember their first house had many rooms and a big kitchen. Outside was Bruno, the dog and a big avocado tree in which we played a lot. Continue reading Thinking back… my mother’s parents