About

Follower of Jesus. Seeker of truth. Conservative Anabaptist. INFP. Human. Translator. Teacher.

My name is Lori. I am a Kansas farm girl doing life in the small town of Mae Sariang, Thailand, in the mountainous Mae Hong Son province. Most days I talk Thai and English to my friends, and seldom do I have a chance  to speak Pennsylvania Dutch, except when I talk to the cat. I spend my days teaching English as a foreign language to high schoolers.

Writing is an outlet for me. This blog serves as a platform for that outlet.

I am a night owl who just really likes animals and coffee and mountains and trains and rivers and words and translation and interesting people. And just life in general, I guess. Wet socks, containers without lids, lost items, and people who turn up their nose at other cultures are things I do not enjoy. That, and bananas.

Poetry is another love of mine, and my first book of poetry was published 5 years ago, entitled, Echoes of Eternity. To order a copy of this book for $6.99, plus $2.50 shipping to anywhere in the States, please leave a comment below with your email address.

Thanks for stopping by!

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. We recently started an online Mennonite blog directory (https://themennonitegame.com) which is intentionally simple –just a list to help bloggers and readers connect. Would you be interested in adding your blog to the list? If so, you can fill out this form (http://goo.gl/forms/UnTbNnVaKaUKd4VN2) which asks for an affirmation of the ’63 Mennonite Confession of Faith, a square photo, and a blog description (50 words or less).

    You might also be interested in the facebook group (www.facebook.com/groups/mennogame) where anyone can share their blog posts.

    Thanks for considering it! Tabitha

    P.S. I love all the photos you attach to your blog posts.

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  2. Thank you for visiting my blog today with a post about Lucinda Miller’s memoir. I do have another reader from Thailand, but I’m pretty sure she does not have an anabaptist heritage! You website is very inviting, Lori.

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  3. Coming soon- Tempest in a Teapot!!! If you like to read, check out my blog coming in just a few days- next Tuesday, perhaps. It is to be a story blog. Thank you! ~Caitlyn

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