University of Cambridge. Briercrest has agreed to my request for a temporary leave of absence* so we can move to England as a family for a couple years. This is a dream come true for both of us, and we are thrilled and grateful for the opportunity!
Thankfully, our daughter is excited about the adventure as well. Even before we found out we were going, she had made a shortlist of castles to visit. (Any guesses about what Pontefract, Berkeley and the Tower of London have in common?) Also on our travel itinerary, thanks to S., is a visit to the Isle of Man to look for Manx cats.
My main responsibility during our time away will be to step up my
house-husband game so that Tenyia can concentrate on her writing, but I
also plan to rent a desk in the Biblical Studies library at Tyndale House, where we will be staying. So while Tenyia works on her thesis and S. is in primary
school, I hope to make progress on some writing projects of my own.
*Although my leave of absence begins in August, I will be back in Caronport in October to teach a one-week modular course on the book of Romans.