Twisting and Turning Expectations

“On Fridays, the flannel family rides the ferry to the pumpkin patch to pick the perfect pumpkin.” Both of my sisters were home for the weekend, and following my brother’s suggestion, we had just arrived at the local pumpkin patch across the river. Naturally, before we could select our pumpkin, we decided to find our … Continue reading Twisting and Turning Expectations

Transitions, Twinkies and Mission Trips

“That will be $1.70.” After a split second of embarrassing confusion, I handed over my carefully counted $1.55 and fished for fifteen more cents from my wallet as I remembered (a little too late) that tax is not included in American coffee prices, or any prices for that matter. After four months in Germany where … Continue reading Transitions, Twinkies and Mission Trips