Monthly Archives: November 2020

My Thankfulness for Connie’s English Corner

It’s Thanksgivingday weekend and time for me to share what I am thankful for. Being “stuck” in America for so long hasn’t been something that I was expecting. Recently, I’ve tried not to dwell upon my holiday lessons, which I … Continue reading

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“Did the Pilgrims really look like that?!”

The below article was written by my mom for her weekly newspaper column, “Walk with Me.” ¬†Thought you’d enjoy it here. Walk with Me, by Priscilla Wieck I had planned to get back to writing this column in September and … Continue reading

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“Be Grateful or Be Stressful: It’s a choice”

My Ponderings on the Above The past 10 months I’ve been “stuck” here in the States have been a challenge. The early months had me waiting anxiously for the ban in China to lift. I was optimistic of a quick … Continue reading

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The search is on! Finding a pumpkin to carve in China

  From the Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum, October 31, 2002 Today, No Other Vegetable will Do  by Cornelia Wieck “She wants a what?” barks the fruit seller standing next to the vegetable lady. I am in one of the many street … Continue reading

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