100th Post Giveaway!

Happy 100th post!!!

It's hard to believe that we've been blogging long enough to hit 100 posts already. We've certainly covered a lot of ground, from poisonous snakes and house thieves to Cambodian cooking lessons and beautiful beaches.

We are incredibly thankful for the journey we've been on. It's unbelievable that we first arrived in Cambodia a little over 8 months ago, and we're still going strong, thanks to God's grace and the many people he has put in our lives to make things a bit easier for us. We are also so appreciative of how supportive our families have been. I know it's not easy to let your child/sibling/grandchild go to a foreign country so far away, but we just want to say - THANK YOU for making the transition so much easier for us by being 100% behind our dreams.

So to celebrate Thanksgiving, our 100th post, and Cambodia, we are giving away one of our favorite photo books -


Carrying Cambodia is full of photographs from all around Cambodia of very small motorcycles carrying unbelievable burdens. Especially in Poipet, we see people pushing or driving in transportation so loaded down with stuff, it seems impossible that it would even be standing upright, let alone moving. Even today, I saw a motorcycle driver with a 5-foot-tall oxygen tank strapped down to the backseat of his moto! Let's hope it was empty...

This book makes up for those hundreds of moments when I think, Ahh! I wish I had my camera! Hopefully it will give you a little taste of Cambodia - not just its crazy transportation but also its beautiful people.


To enter the giveaway, give us a shout-out in the comments below! Click on the "# comments" link, or scroll to the bottom of the post, and enter your name, email address, and what country you'd like to visit the most. The deadline to enter is Monday, 28 November, 11:59 pm CST. The winner will be randomly drawn and the book shipped directly to your house. The winner will be announced by Tuesday evening.

Only residents of the United States can enter the giveaway. So if you're the random Russian person who frequently visits our blog, sorry! But hey, still give us a shout-out in the comments so we know who you are and where you're from!!!