Greetings! Long time no write for me. My paws were beginning to itch. Glad to be back in the blogasphere!
If you have been following this blog since our first mission trip last year, you will know that once we arrived in Scotland, our blog posts became a bit spotty, and by that I mean, nonexistent. Keep in mind that’s not really my fault… Shea is the one that controls the computer, not me.
Still, out of gratitude for your marvelous support, we both want to share this journey with you in the most vivid, special way possible. This is why this year, we are making a specific commitment to you, our readers, sponsors, and prayer warriors. Provided that we can raise our designated missions costs for this summer, we are pledging to keep up-to-date with much more frequent posts (as daily as possible) describing our day-to-day activities, experiences, and newly gained knowledge. This probably also means I will be writing a lot more often, because Shea is a serious perfectionist in her writing, and does not like to publish anything if it’s anything less than her best. While I admire this quality in her to an extent, I also acknowledge that sometimes practicality beats perfection. DO I apply the same principle in my guide work? Well, only sometimes, but in my writing? Certainly.
So, prepare to paws more often to ponder posts from your pal, Oleta Renee.
To help make this pledge possible, you can visit this link:::
to give online. Don’t forget to check the “Responding to a specific need” checkbox and put Shea’s name and our trip location “Airdrie, Scotland” in the textfield.