This summer, CSAKIS held its very first marriage camp. It was made up of four days of awesome food, fun games, counseling sessions, lectures, discussion groups, adventures, swimming, and naps if you were lucky. All fifty-some-odd of us went up into the mountains and stayed at a Panzio (a hotel, resort, and restaurant for groups … Continue reading Family Camp
This year, well summer, will be filled with the camps, but I (Heather) am super excited about this one. It involves horses, crafts, and teenage girls! This is right up my ally. Csilla Spink hosts several horse-related camps throughout the summer, and I am honored and blessed to be invited this year as the art … Continue reading Artsy Horse camp
It is a little quieter now than normal. School is out, its below freezing, and we are recovering from travel and Richard’s flu. But during this recovery we have had a few photos worth sharing! Enjoy. A view before the winter truly comes. This is a foot hill near where we live. For Christmas, a … Continue reading Winter in Covasna County
We got carried a way with life and did not post (since May! agh!). So, get ready for a quick recap! July: Richard and Heather, that’s us — this year we made it you our 7th anniversary. Wohoo! We found a great deal and went and spent sone time on the north-rock beach in Poland. … Continue reading Oh wow, the year is almost over.
Oh my, Was that a full two weeks. We returned to Texas and visited 6 grandparents, 5 parents, a ton of siblings, in-laws and friends. We were super thankful for those who took time to see us, as our trip was way last minute. Also, we recorded videos along the way to compile into this … Continue reading Trip back to visit family
Most weeks, I wait for a story… And try to blog about it. Of course the week is full of fun, interesting stories, and growing experiences. But, today was a little different. It was full. It was full of talking, playing, translating, serving, loving and learning. I am not sure where I want to start, … Continue reading My cup overflows
We have definitely changed the rules, but our English learning version of the classic game is one of the kids favorites. Each kiddo takes their turn and says what they are playing out loud. We have added in sentences like ‘stills, it is your turn,’ ‘I won’ and ‘I have nothing.’ Continue reading Teaching English with Uno