Monthly Archives: April 2021

From China: Another Translation Request

“Ping!” There it was, another heads-up notice that my WeChat message box was in need of checking. Glancing down, I saw it was from Bruce, yet a twelfth time in the last 3 days. “We have another translation needs your … Continue reading

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My Favorite WeChat Messages: “Connie, can you help me?”

Being stuck in America for so long is hard, especially for me, a teacher who spent 27 years in China and now finds herself no longer in the classroom or in China due to Covid. (Yes, I’m still waiting for … Continue reading

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Easter Services: 1944 and 2021

It seems appropriate, as Easter is upon us, that I add this entry from my grandfather’s WW 2 diaries, written in the jungles of New Guinea during the height of the war. The date was April 9, 1944. There were … Continue reading

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