Changes Are A-Comin’

Well, at work at least.  This past year I’ve been the IT Staff Trainer for all of Asian Hope and its been a great job to have!!! I’ve been really trying to figure out what is the best way to get the staff the information they need on the computer programs that they have available.  And […]

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Global X – Construction Team

Wow!! What an amazing week I had with the Global X mission team.  They came in to work along side of the kids at New Life to do some renovations to the grounds of the orphanages in Battambang and Banteay Meanchey.  And work we did!! In Battambang we helped them concrete one section of the […]

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Ode to Hot Season Construction

Red Chilli for breakfast, for lunch and for dinner, Forced dehydration that only makes me feel thinner; Forget all the crazy that construction in hot season brings; These are a few of my favorite things. Cambodian ice coffee when weather is sapping; Freezing cold towels brought by the kids and afternoon napping; Forget crazy temps […]

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Playing a Profession

I’ve decided recently that I like playing a profession much more than I like doing one 😉 Let me explain. At work I was asked to be the production director for a video they are creating for the college students who are graduating thru Asian Hope this sumer.  Of course I was a little hesitant, […]

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Lets Construct Something!

I am so excited as I wait for the Global X construction mission team to arrive in Phnom Penh.  I still have a few more hours to wait however knowing that they are in the air right now is so exciting (as it is with all mission trips). There are a few new things for […]

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Things I Learned in a Few Hours

Of course I love going to the orphanage, everyone knows this.  But this past week was especially entertaining. And the entertainment started when I walked in the door…. right away the kids are screaming at me and pointing at the Thai drama they are watching.  [For a few hours on Sunday the kids are allowed to […]

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Toes

One thing I love about living in Phnom Penh is that pampering myself isn’t all that expensive.  I love to take an evening or Saturday afternoon to go to a Khmer market for a new shirt or to get a massage or to have my toes painted.  Not long ago I saw a few co-workers […]

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