Monthly Archives: January 2015

From Along the Yangtze: 50th Birthday Celebrations Finally End

  Yesterday evening had me celebrating my Luzhou birthday dinner surrounded by Chinese friends and  Peace Corp colleagues, Angela and Geoff.  It was such a unique,  wonderful evening that I felt I should give you all the details. As mentioned … Continue reading

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She’s 50 Today, Folks! A Note from the Birthday Girl

Currently, I am in Chengdu where the rental room’s XP computer limits my website use of all the bells and whistles it usually has. No ability to post pictures and the homepage is all ascew but I did check my … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve at the Luzhou Protestant Church

Getting ready for Christmas Eve worship: The Luzhou Protestant Church (Our  sanctuary, the original 1913 decore) For 2015, let me finally give you the highlights of our Luzhou Protestant Church Christmas Eve festivities. Every year, our celebrations are a little different as … Continue reading

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Happy 2015 from Along the Yangtze!

It was a quiet ringing in of the New Year here along the Yangtze River for the Luzhou Vocational College foreign language teachers­­. Chinese are receiving 3 days off (Thursday to Saturday), including all those in schools and government public … Continue reading

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