Strawberry Fest


What does the Thompson clan do on a beautiful Saturday afternoon?

Good day.

Big Interview tomorrow!


With only 10 days left, I get to hike back up to MPLS to go to a interview for a way cool organization I'm double crossing my fingers for. The Lord is working in awesome ways and we've deticated this to the Lord.

Today we got our travel information, vouchers etc. I was so pleased. At the same time we got new pictures of Nibagore, a girl we're supporting in Rwanda. She's graduating 1st grade this year. I saw her picture and I was taken back not only by how old she looked for being in 1st grade compared to her last picture....but also, just how sad or angry she looked.

When I opened up the letter, enclosed was a typed note informing me that my "compassion child's mother passed away."  I just sent her a letter yesterday talking about how excited I was for the wedding...So I wrote via the compassion website hoping that will get to her before the other 'wedding' one does... She now is living with her grandmother. Please be praying for her. I'm not sure if she's a believer and I'm praying she can find Christ in all of this.

See many of you soon,


Reason 383 Why I love Mr. John Benjamin Sprague


When we're not near, he types exclamation marks! and REALLY happy faces to let me know he's excited for me. He also is so attractive its ridiculous.

Over and out.

The Very First of the Many Adventures


Good Day!
Late last night, with only 18 days left till Mr. Sprague and I become a married couple I decided to create a nice little site to display all our rad adventures to our family and friends.

So I told Ben about it, and he thinks the idea is way cool.

Since the stamp of approval has been stamped, I took off and created what you are seeing today. Viola.

Our hopes are that this blog can not only chronicle our awesome life, but let the fam. be able to comment on and experience our cool adventures.

So, let us begin.

Its rainy today and Ben and I are a part. He's all the way over in St. Paul working, and I'm all the way over in Waupaca writing and getting ready to do some wedding preparations. We're so stoked and so ready for our wedding day.
Ben has been a rockstar at making the CD's, callin up the groomsmen and musicians and being super cool at helping me with seating charts. Whenever I talk to ladies in my church they seem so surprised to hear that Ben is so helpful.
Not gonna lie, I'm pretty proud.
Other than the rainy day and the too many miles in between us, things are well. We're ready to be together again so we can take Nora (the Nikon) and go on our adventures.
Until then.