Posts Tagged ‘Midwifery’

April Fools


Have you ever prayed for something so much that when the answer comes it seems far too good to be true? Many of you have been praying along with me over the past six weeks as I wait to hear where the Lord is sending me.  At the beginning of March, the Interserve office sent […]

Last Tuesday night I set my alarm for 0600 Wednesday, planning, as I do every Tuesday night, to head to Lancaster in the morning. :-)  I turned off my light, rolled over, and dozed off.  I was jolted out of semi-consciousness about half an hour before midnight by my phone loudly asking for attention.  Internally, […]

Well, here it is – September 30.  The year is 75% over, there’s a nip in the air, and the Phillies are (again) the National League East Champions.  Which, I suppose, is a good thing. :-)  So, the month in review…  (Original stuff here.) Finished Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obediah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, […]

I watched my odometer closely, the tenths clicking away. “Just a bit more,” I thought.  “That must be it at the top of the hill.” I put my turn signal on and slowed down. “This is it.  I’m so glad I’m doing this for the first time in daylight,” I thought as I looked up […]

Lancaster :-)


Since today was Wednesday (for anyone who forgot…), I spent the day in Lancaster.  This week, I managed to find a camera with charged batteries and available memory before I left at 0700 (!!).  Because most of the families we care for are Amish, you won’t see any pictures of preggo moms or newborn babes.  […]