Monday, December 10, 2012

Busy Busy Busy

Some samples of Friday's photography.  Very different shoots but both a lot of fun.  

We are wrapping things up here in Hawaii.  In two weeks we will be freezing our butts off in Ohio... 

I've been doing a lot of photography lately.  It will all be posted on our photo blog soon.  I'm trying to get those edits wrapped up, and then we have one more family shoot next week.  

We've got to pack up all of our stuff and clean... 

Our students are finishing up Zechariah, Haggai, Malachi and then finishing up with Chronicles.  Their final exam is next Wednesday then we are having our "love feast," a nice final meal together at a restaurant at the Ala Moana mall.  Then everyone is flying out, all over the world.  

I'm doing my last one-on-one meetings with the guy students this week.  Jess is doing the same with her girls.  

I need to buy a pair of jeans and get them hemmed before I leave since I don't have any long pants to wear.  I think I have a pair of dress khaki's in my closet somewhere but I don't want to travel in those.  I should go buy those tonite. 

Pray for us as we finish up.  It's quite a whirlwind.  It's a sprint to the finish of this 10 month marathon.  I'll write a more reflective post when we settle on the mainland.    

Engage:  What is the most extreme weather change you've ever experienced?  Let us know in the comments.  


  1. I lived in NY and moved to southern China. No other comment necessary.

  2. :) Is it hot year round there?

  3. When I left Ireland in May it was still chilly 50s and rainy, then I stepped out of the airport onto MDs pure humidity on an already 90 degree day. Made me miss the rain :) On another note, when will you guys be back in MD? Cause I think its high time for another half priced wings night.

  4. yeah that's a totally different type of humidity! EW BECKS! Oh man, you're right, we haven't been there in AGES! Lets make it happen!

  5. Not necessarily (I am wearing a sweater and a scarf right now) but compared to NY it feels like spring. I'm constantly confused as to what season it is. :)

  6. haha, i hear you. i think i'm starting to slowly see the subtleties of the seasons here in Hawaii.

  7. Most extreme weather change for me was from the bottom to the top of Mt. Haleakala!!!  It was quite chilly at the top and I was glad I grabbed a "just in case" light weight hoodie on my way out the door. It was especially helpful since I was wearing shorts and a sleeveless top.  Loved the views and the people I was with. :)

  8. thanks for sharing :) That was a fun trip and indeed a pretty extreme feeling weather change.


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