Thursday, 22 January 2009

Home sweet home PNG


The flight into Mt. Hagen is amazing.

I share a 3 BR (or 2 BR + office), 1 bath home with my old friend and new roomie Becky. Oh, and can't forget our two cats Peter and Meki. Here are a few pics from around my new place.

40 comments:

  1. Thank-you Stephanie for sharing your pictures. Pictures always help me realize where you are. I love the mountains and they are so green (Ours are brownish now). The flowers are beautiful too. I am so thankful you have finally arrived in the land and to the people God has called you. Love and Prayers to you. Aunt Ruth

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  2. This is SO neat! I love seeing the pictures! Mom

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  3. This is SO neat!! I love it. Thank you for taking the time to share the pictures! :-) Love MOM

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  4. What a lovely country! And such lovely people to welcome you!

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  5. Stephanie, ditto all the comments. Thanks for giving us a look at your place. Mark

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  6. love the swing! can't wait to sit on it! is that a roll out bed on the roof for when i come visit?? =)

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  7. that's how my yard is going to look... no weed whacking necessary ;)

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  8. ooh beautiful! i can't wait to come visit! i want a outside clothes dryer thingy too!

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  9. i can't wait to see what a pineapple growing looks like

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  10. that's definitely steph's shelf =)

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  11. ooh i like it! and i LOVE glider rockers... looks like the one i used to have!

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  12. your bedroom furniture is nicer than ours heehee

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  13. Mini-Brutus says, "hi," to Big Brutus.

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  14. wait... there is a bathroom pic but no kitchen pics. ?? maybe it's not quite organized yet... :)

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  15. I LOVE your comments Ami.... some of them made me laugh right out loud!

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  16. If it's always between 70 and 80, you'll never need to light that thing! Not like here in Texas, or especially at your home in Ohio.

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  17. Is that a Texas longhorn next to Brutus?

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  18. Yes, that is a longhorn! My mom bought it for me when I first moved to Texas, and he has traveled with me ever since. I might just have to call him Bevo.

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  19. Rob wants to know who does all the gardening, both food and floral. Is this picture the new hospital building?

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  20. Where is the kitchen aid mixer? :-)

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  21. Grandma Doenges would be SO proud of you!

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  22. I see the mixer!!! :-) [or at least its box!]

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  23. I noticed that too Mark! Can you imagine that.... Brutus and a Longhorn peacefully there together! Hard to imagine! :-)

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  24. Wonderful picture! An update to the one on our fridge from the last time you were there! Thanks so much for uploading the pictures we love to see them!

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  25. after living in AZ for a year and a half i still can't tell the difference! :)

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  26. wow! all that looks SO nice! i might not leave when i come visit :) :)

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  27. looks like lots of room on the fridge for more pictures!

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  28. are you allowed to hang things on the walls?

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  29. Wow! That is scary-- did you kill this thing when you were done taking close-up pictures of it?

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  30. Nope... I have a phobia about killing bugs because I hate to hear them crunch! He is still wondering around out there somewhere.

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  31. Actually, I saw something that looked very similar in the softball outfield at LMRA (Lockheed Martin Recreation Association) several years ago. It was green and not this big (about the size of a half dollar). It even had that horn on the top.

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