August 26, 2018

It’s wintertime in Paraguay. Maybe you thought, like me, that winter in the sub-tropics meant exchanging my shorts for capris and adding a three quarter length sweater over my tank top. On our vision trip in July 2016, we found out this was certainly not the case. A missionary family that hosted us advised us to pack swimsuits and shorts, but also sweaters and scarves. 

July is Paraguay’s coldest month with average temperatures ranging from highs of 73 F/23...

July 28, 2018

Our family recently relocated from Asuncion (population 6 million) to Escobar (population 8,815) to learn Guarani – the heart language of Paraguayans.

It is quite a life out here in the country (campaña). Chickens randomly enter our yard and peck away. A guy on a motorcycle delivers chipa, a traditional Paraguayan dish, to our doorstep. Roosters crow throughout the night for those who think differently. The stars are different (I dare say better!) in South A...

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