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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