Top 5 of 28

Howdy! So yesterday was my birthday again.  Today is Thanksgiving.  Now that all the festivities have drawn to a conclusion, it’s a good moment to share my favorite five moments of my 28th year of life.  I reviewed my Top 5 of 27, and kids, life gets better with age! So, you probably know all…

The Unbelievable Transportation Adventures in the D.R. Part 3!

It’s been a couple weeks since I’ve updated you on the Unbelievable Transportation adventures.  I’m sure you are DYING to find out the rest of them.  So here is the final Unbelievable Transportation Adventures of Osi & Dam.  Enjoy! The OMSA Bus The OMSA bus is a BIG GREEN bus that is quite organized.  It…

The UNBELIEVABLE Transportation Adventures in the D.R. Part 2

Hello, Friends! I hope you enjoyed learning about our crazy transportation adventures in my previous post!  Today, I will share about three more methods of transportation in the Dominican.  I hope you enjoy! Pirate Cars  (25 pesos… sometimes) Pirate cars are like copycat Public Cars.  They are NOT a part of a public car association…

The UNBELIEVABLE Transportation Adventures in the D.R. Part 1

PARENTAL DISCLAIMER:  For my mom, other people who see themselves as my mom, my mentioned friends’ mothers- I apologize for any fear or worry the following stories bring to your wonderful hearts.  Please know that we are all safe and everything is okay… except for the motorcycle guy that our bus hit.  But everyone else is…

Turning Hell into Heaven

When I was little, I heard my dad give an illustration of heaven and hell in one of his sermons.  You’ve probably heard it before.  A different version perhaps, but same idea. He described hell as a place with a long dining table with people, chained to the table, sitting on each side and a…

Cuture & Adapting: WATER

Water This is the story about water. We love water.  In America, it came to me in two forms:  hot and/or cold.  I could choose one or the other.  Or blend them and enjoy both forms at once. In the Dominican, however, it comes in one form:  cold.  Some of you might gasp and think…

Imaginary Music

“Living in Honduras for the first [several] years was the best decision we could have made for our marriage,” one wonderful lady said to me a few weeks before leaving my life behind to live with my future husband in the Dominican Republic. Today as we were walking into the grocery store, I noticed the…

I Remember November.

This month has brought us nothing but good things.  Although Osiris and I have been extremely busy, we’ve managed to make time for ourselves.  I think this month, we’ve grown so much together and we’ve enjoyed each other so so much. // Este mes a traido puras cosas buenas.  Aunque Osiris y yo hemos estado super…