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Evil Devil Fish Bad for Japan | Motherboard

Apparently, these guys (known as Oarfish) mean an earthquake is coming D: Click the link above to read the whole story.

September Prayer Letter

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Very Quick Update and Monster Mess

If you follow me on twitter, then you know about my monster cake I have to make. It will finish cooking one of these days… So I did this Vid while it was in the oven. Hence, the apron and flour, and crazy hair, and total wigged-out-ness. Idk.

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Dear Everyone

My honest opinion about living here in Japan with the struggles and achievements.

Japan Tour Done!

Hey Everyone! We just got back tonight from our long tour of Japan and we are happy to be home! After TEAM conference ended, we went down to Tokyo for a week and met with some amazing missionaries down there. Then we went to see a friend in Osaka for a day before spending a few days in Kobe. It’s been a lot of time of thinking forward and meeting amazing people God is using in different ministries. We’ll work on getting all our pictures up sometime within the next week.

Annual Conference has begun!

Well, we haven’t sufficiently informed everyone, but every year, TEAM Japan has an annual conference for one week in Karuizawa. We survived the 10 hour road trip and made it by dinner-time on friday night. It was a pretty good ride, the iphone deserves credit for that. When we arrived, it was suprisingly cold! We had gotten used to the 90 degree weather, and so coming here to mid 70′s was a real treat! Everything is green here too, it’s nice to see mountains and trees again. We are staying with the Taylors, who we met while in training when we were still in the U.S.  They are spoiling us with great food and fun.

Today was day one, and it flew by. Mainly, because it didn’t start until 3pm. But, tomorrow starts the real schedule. We will be giving our presentation tomorrow, telling everyone about ourselves and why we came to Japan and our future plans. Last night, we experienced our first earthquake too! It wasn’t very big, but it did last a while. After it happened, we looked to see if there was any news about it, and supposedly it was a 7.0 in Tokyo! Somewhere out in the sea, so no reported damage yet. It was a little exciting though, I have to admit. Unfortunately, Matt wasn’t able to experience the rumble because he was in the shower. Oh well, there’s always next time…

Love you all!