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A few years ago, my husband was offered a job in Germany, and we moved our little family to a town only a few hours away from Untertürkheim. Seeing our sons enjoy the place of my husband’s childhood while visiting their Oma and Opa made me love this place even more.
This fall, I’m living in central Mexico and working as a missionary with a local church. There are times that I’ve been homesick. There are times that I’ve felt like I was missing out at home. Life looks different here, but I’m beginning to understand that temporary lifestyle changes don’t have to be obstacles.
For the first time in two years, we ran a listener / reader survey last month, asking you all for feedback. And we are so glad we did, because your answers have already been truly helpful!
A few people have asked if I’d share some of the results, along with my take on those results. While we don’t usually talk shop directly on the blog, occasionally I like the pull back the curtain to show you what’s going on behind the scenes.
(I’m also genuinely intrigued when other people give us a real glimpse into their businesses, so I thought you might be the same, too.)
From what I’d heard about new motherhood, I was pretty sure that my life as I knew it was over—including my reading life. I would never sleep again, and there wouldn’t be time to take a shower, let alone curl up with a book.
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