Author Archives: Ben and Emma

What’s with this post?

For some reason, this is one of the most popular posts on our blog. I have no idea why a bath panel gets so many hits. I’ve puzzled over whether there is some hidden meaning in something written, but I … Continue reading

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Outside In: The Rhythms of Life

The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. Day follows night follows day. After winter comes the spring. These are the rhythms of life. Of these things we can be certain. In these things we find comfort. … Continue reading

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How to Care for your TCK

This was publised in the Maadi Messenger Sept 2017. It gives a little bit of an insight to what our kids experience growing up overseas and the ways that we’re trying to understand and support them. Are you thinking what’s a … Continue reading

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Outside In: Under Pressure

I’ve recently returned from a weekend away in the UK. This is not something that I do frequently, but it was a special occasion – my sister-in-law’s hen party. For those of you with no idea what I’m talking about, … Continue reading

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Blogging etiquette fail

It seems that I breached all blogging etiquette. Having grown a faithful following of people who were interested in our adventures, I went quiet. I hadn’t realised that people wanted to know the continuing story. I thought the fascination was … Continue reading

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On the Wild Side

Last week we left the comfort of driveways for some proper campervan living. After staying with my best friend’s family and parents up North, we stayed on our first campsite outside Otley. It was so lovely to see the kids … Continue reading

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Practicing Hospitality 

We came back to Hitchin last week for my sister-in-law’s wedding. The kids had special roles to play:  One of the wedding verses that we had at our wedding was Romans 12, which includes the instruction to practice hospitality. You’d … Continue reading

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